Chapter 6: Differentiation
The students in our classrooms present a diverse aray of learning preferences and differences. Fortunately 1:1 can help us meet their needs more effectively and efficiently. The first half of Chapter 6 explores the three primary ways to differentiate learning for all students - by content, process, and product. The second half of the chapter investigates tools and techniques for differentiating for special populations, including English learners, and students with specials needs.
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There are many tools that will help you to differentiate for your students. Any tool that helps you better understand individual student needs and/or meet those needs will help. Here are a few popular tools for differentiation.
- Google Drive
- Jen's Group Creator Spreadsheet
- Rosetta Stone
- Imagine Learning
- Actively Learn
- Dragon Dictation