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Differentiated Instruction and Assessment

Terry BrownLearning Classroom Teacher – Science

Westminster Secondary School

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Building a Foundation Student Profiles

Who are you teaching?

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Learning Styles Linguistic Logical – Mathematical Visual – Spatial Bodily – Kinesthetic Musical – Rhythmical Naturalist Interpersonal Intrapersonal

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Visual Auditory Kinesthetic

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Do teaching strategies match learning styles?

Do study strategies match learning styles?

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Building a Foundation Community

BuildingGetting to know

each other.

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Building a Foundation Talk About Assessment

How are you marking?

Practice with FeedbackSafe to make mistakesFormative vs. Summative

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Differentiated InstructionShifting Gears

RAFTRole PlayingCooperative Learning

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RAFT

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RAFT (continued…….)

INTU

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Role Play

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Cooperative Learning All Write Round Robin◦The Nervous System

Not Cooperative Assessment◦Interview using presentation◦Test based on interview◦Assess individual communication skills

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Differentiated AssessmentModify existing Assessment tools

to address different learning stylesChoice in how students show

learning◦Paragraph versus labeled drawing◦Written versus verbal

Choice (Answer 5 of 6)Formative and Summative

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A Shift in the Assessment Process

Teachers are there to help improve student learning (formative), not just to judge their learning (summative).

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A Shift in the Assessment Process

When students realize that teachers are there to help them learn…..

Classroom management gets a lot

easier.

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Resources

TVDSB Website◦Program Student Pathways for Success Learning Classroom Resource Page (link @ bottom)


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