Presentation on theme: "Differentiating the Process. Product Help students rethink, use, and extend what they have learned over a long period of time Represent student understandings."— Presentation transcript:
Differentiating the Process
Product Help students rethink, use, and extend what they have learned over a long period of time Represent student understandings and applications
Possible Products Design a web page Present a mime Design and conduct an experiment Design political cartoons Make a plan Design a new product Design a simulation Make a video documentary Develop tools Design and make costumes
Readiness Match the material and information to students’ capacity to read and understand it
Interests Including ideas and materials that build current student interests or extend student interests
Learning Profiles Ensures that students have a way of approaching materials and ideas that match their preferred modes of learning
Reference Tomlinson, C. A. (2001). How to differentiate instruction in mixed-ability classrooms (2 nd ed.). Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.