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Title: Differentiated Instruction Strategy


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Differentiated Instruction Strategy Choice
Boards (Process Differentiation)
  • Webinar presented by
  • Dr. Sonya Carr,
  • Educational Consultant
  • Based on the work
  • of the LPPS Inclusion
  • Strategy Team (2009-2011) October, 2011

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Choice Boards
  • In a differentiated classroom, choice boards can
    be built into the curriculum to appeal to
    learners and to meet individual needs.
  • Choice boards offer multiple ways for students to
    process information and practice content and
    skills.
  • Focus on use for process differentiation
  • Framework Activities may be organized using
  • Blooms Taxonomy
  • Multiple Intelligences
  • Modality Preferences
  • Students Interests
  • Board Options
  • Think-Tac-Toe
  • Bingo
  • Choice wheels

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Sample Choice Boards



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EXAMPLE OF THE FLOW OF LESSONS IN A
DIFFERENTIATED UNIT (below)
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Whole Class Exploration of a topic or concept
Whole Class Share information and pose questions
Whole Class Review key ideas and extend study
through sharing
Whole Class Individual students present
projects for summative assessment
Whole Class Introduce skills needed later to
make a presentation
Students work independently on Think-Tac-Toe
completing tiered assignments designed to help
them make sense of key concepts at varied levels
of complexity and varied pacing
In small readiness groups assigned by the teacher
, students engage in Cubing or ThinkDOTS
activities .
Students chose groups based on interests and
solve problems related to the unit
Students independently complete a learning menu
through which they will apply and extend their
understandings
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When designing a choice board, the teacher .
  • Examines a unit in the curriculum, looking at the
    standards, benchmarks, GLEs to determine
    important content (focus for DI)
  • Decides on a framework for the choice board
    (e.g., Blooms Taxonomy, Multiple Intelligences,
    Modality Preferences, student interests)
  • Brainstorms and writes activities that are
    aligned with the instructional goal(s),
    standards, and framework selected (nine
    activities for Tic-Tac-Toe, 20-25 activities for
    Bingo).
  • Arranges the activities on a blank Tic-Tac-Toe or
    Bingo template.
  • Reviews the order of the activities and arranges,
    or re-arranges, the activities so that all
    students have some challenge.
  • Shares the draft Choice Board with a colleague,
    requests feedback, and revises board activities.
  • Develops scoring criteria for each activity.
  • Decides on a time frame and procedures for
    monitoring activities as they are completed.

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When designing a Think-Tac-Toe Board, use this
guide
Easier activity or something presented at the
beginning of unit
Easier activity or something presented at the
beginning of unit
More challenging
More challenging
More challenging
More challenging
Easier activity or something presented at the
beginning of unit
Easier activity or something presented at the
beginning of unit
More challenging
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Framework Using Blooms Taxonomy
Knowledge Comprehension Application
Analysis Synthesis Evaluation
Comprehension or Evaluation Application or Evaluation Knowledge or Analysis
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Writing Bingo Try for one or more BINGOs this
month. Remember, you must have a real reason for
the writing experience! If you mail or email
your product, get me to read it first and initial
your box! Be sure to use your writing goals and
our class rubric to guide your work. (J. Melin)
Recipe Thank you note Letter to the editor Directions to one place to another Rules for a game
Invitation Email request for information Letter to a pen pal, friend, or relative Skit or scene Interview
Newspaper article Short story FREE Your choice Grocery or shopping list Schedule for your work
Advertisement Cartoon strip Poem Instructions Greeting card
Letter to your teacher Proposal to improve something Journal for a week Design for a web page Book Think Aloud
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For more information, visit LPPS Moodle or
contact
  • Ms. Felicia Boyd, LPPS Special Education Teacher
    FELICIA.BOYD_at_lpsb.org
  • Ms. Anita Clark, LPPS General Education Teacher
  • ANITA.CLARK_at_lpsb.org
  • Ms. Demarious Poole, Inclusion/Staff Development
    Coordinator, DEMARIOUS.POOLE_at_lpsb.org
  • Dr. Sonya Carr, Educational Consultant
  • SonyaC.Carr_at_gmail.com
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