Difference between revisions of "Unit 3: Creating a Choice Board within their Discipline"

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==Unit Wrap up==
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We have now looked at Differentiation Instruction in the way of Choice boards, providing students with choices on different topics using many different skills. Choice boards provide students with a choice on how they learn. This provide teachers a way to
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a few things to remember:
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-think with the end in mind ( objectives)
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-Provide many different choices for many different skills
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-provide feedback to students throughout the choice boards
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==Self Reflection==
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Look back at your thoughts from the beginning understanding of differentiation. How has your idea of Differentiation change or stay the same?
  
  
  
==Unit Wrap up==
 
  
  
  
 
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Revision as of 18:59, 5 November 2019

Objective

Learners will create their own choice boards based upon their knowledge of their own discipline as well as the information from this mini course.

Creating a Choice Board

https://blog.tcea.org/creating-a-choice-board/


Things to consider:

  • Focus on the information under the heading menu. These things to consider will really help you pinpoint how to create a choice board.


https://www.smore.com/z12ay-tic-tac-toe-choice-boards-menus

Choice Boards

Unit Wrap up

We have now looked at Differentiation Instruction in the way of Choice boards, providing students with choices on different topics using many different skills. Choice boards provide students with a choice on how they learn. This provide teachers a way to

a few things to remember: -think with the end in mind ( objectives) -Provide many different choices for many different skills -provide feedback to students throughout the choice boards


Self Reflection

Look back at your thoughts from the beginning understanding of differentiation. How has your idea of Differentiation change or stay the same?




Back to: Differentiation in the form of Choice Boards within any discipline