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Universal Design for Learning in Glogster

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See the Glog! Universal Design for Learning in Glogster EDU - 21st century multimedia tool for educators, teachers and students...


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Teacher PD: Using Differentiated Instruction to Teach Differentiated Instruction

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In this education blog, Tiffany shares her professional development tools to teach educators how to use differentiated instruction USING differentiation tools and strategies.
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Resources | Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plans & Strategies | Exemplars

Resources | Differentiated Instruction Lesson Plans & Strategies | Exemplars | Teaching ESOL2 | Scoop.it

Free resources and tips to help educators and administrators use Exemplars' assessments and lesson plans in the classroom effectively. (These are samples--ordering and downloading exemplars have links on this site.)


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Common Core State Standards and Differentiated Instruction

Here are my most recent slides from the SDE Conference on Differentiated Instruction in Orlando, FL January 12, 2012.

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Saima Ali – Teacher of ESOL |

One of my all time teaching activities has been the use of Restauraunt adds and up coming events from an English language Newpaper-if not local you will have to make a simple map to help them out. -first What kinds of food do you like?
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Teaching Materials, eBooks, Educational Videos, Games - GoEd Online

Teaching Materials, eBooks, Educational Videos, Games - GoEd Online | Teaching ESOL2 | Scoop.it
Teaching materials when you need them now — 4,000+ downloadable eBooks, educational videos, interactive games, presentations and more.

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ESL Grammar lesson plans, worksheets, Exercises, Teach Parts of Speech

ESL Grammar lesson plans, worksheets, Exercises, Teach Parts of Speech | Teaching ESOL2 | Scoop.it
ESL Lesson Plans printable grammar exercises for teachers and interactive exercises for students...

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Differentiated Instruction for Writing

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Differentiated instruction, also called differentiation, is a process through which teachers enhance learning by matching student characteristics to instruction and assessment.

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The Flipped Classroom: A Pedagogy for Differentiating Instruction and Teaching Essential Skills

The Flipped Classroom: A Pedagogy for Differentiating Instruction and Teaching Essential Skills | Teaching ESOL2 | Scoop.it

What might a successful flipped classroom look like?

 

Summer is almost over and some educators, when thinking about the upcoming school year, may be considering “flipping their classroom” as a new method for instruction of essential skills. A flipped classroom is one in which the background learning of a particular topic or skill occurs outside of class time - utilizing technological tools like videos and podcasts to teach the essential skills. This leaves class time free to work collaboratively on the higher-order thinking needed to utilize these skills.


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Six Strategies for Differentiated Instruction in Project-Based Learning | Edutopia

Blogger Andrew Miller offers six simple, effective approaches to differentiated instruction in project-based learning.

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UDL Instructional Process

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"As a framework, UDL requires educators to think proactively about the variability of all learners. In consideration of the UDL Critical Elements, educators implementing UDL should use a backwards design instructional process that incorporates the following five steps."

 

>  Step 1:  Establish Clear Outcomes

>  Step 2:  Anticipate Learner Variability

>  Step 3:  Measurable Outcomes and Assessment Plan

>  Step 4:  Instructional Experience

>  Step 5:  Reflection and New Understanding

 

The Universal Design for Learning Implementation and Research Network (UDL-IRN) is a grassroots organization that supports the scaled implementation and research related to Universal Design for Learning. You can download the PDF of this UDL Instructional Process on this site.


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Interactive Learning Sites for Education

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Interactive learning Sites for the Classroom...

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ASCD Express 7.17 - Instructional Strategies for ELLs in Mainstream Classrooms

ASCD Express 7.17 - Instructional Strategies for ELLs in Mainstream Classrooms | Teaching ESOL2 | Scoop.it
Founded in 1943, ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) is an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner.

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