Differentiation in the form of Choice Boards within any discipline

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Overview and Purpose

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Needs Assessment

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Performance Objectives

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Course Units

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Unit 1: Differentiation and Why is it important

This Unit identifies Differentiation and why it is important to provide opportunities to learners. In this Unit, learners will reflect on their own understanding of Differentiation and make adjustments based upon new information. Learners will also read to understand more about Differentiation and why its important in an educational setting.

Unit 2: Differentiation Instruction in the form of Choice Boards

In this Unit, Leaners will learn about an instructional tool used to provide more Differentiation in a classroom, choice boards. Leaner will first learn about what choice boards are and examples of choice boards.

Unit 3: Creating a Choice Board within their Discipline

In this Unit, Learners will learn of the steps in which are needed to create their own choice boards. Leaners will have opportunities to take their own discipline to make their own choice board. ...

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