DIFFERENTIATION ACCOMMODATION CHECKLIST
Differentiating Instruction Checklist - Center for
Aug 31, 2010But where do we start? Here at the Center for Educational Improvement, we are determined to create materials that are useful to the teachers we are training. With that in mind, we created a Differentiating Instruction Checklist so teachers may better understand how their students are [PDF]
Below are teaching strategies. To differentiate must be
Differentiating Instruction Checklist Below are teaching strategies. To "differentiate" must be able to observe that students are somehow involved in learning in different ways (input, process, or output). Just using a strategy does not make it differentiated instruction. Grouping __ Flexible Grouping __Cooperative Learning __Think, Pair, Share
Instruction and Assessment Unique to Each Student
This is where differentiated instruction and assessment comes in. Teachers need to create a variety of entry points to ensure that student differing abilities, strengths, and needs are all taken into consideration. Students then need varying opportunities to demonstrate their knowledge based on the teaching, hence differentiated assessment.
Common Classroom Accommodations and Modifications
Refer to this checklist of common modifications and accommodations to get to know options for struggling students. Refer to this checklist of common modifications and accommodations to get to know options for struggling students. This is Understood Logo and its wordmark. close logo. Learning & Thinking DifferencesAuthor: Amanda Morin[PDF]
9 Strategies to Differentiate Instruction for ELL Students
9 Strategies to Differentiate Instruction for ELL Students • Use curriculum focused on content to allow students to learn the essentials, without getting confused and frustrated[PDF]
Differentiation in action!
Differentiation requires the teacher to vary their approaches in order to accommodate various learning styles, ability levels and interests. The Curriculum advocates the use of a broad range of active learning methodologies such as use of the environment, talk and discussion, collaborative work and use of ICT.
7. Differentiation Techniques for Special Needs Students
Assessments - While students with special needs may become proficient readers and writers, they should not be limited to this to show what they knowers, models, performances, and drawings can show what they have learned in a way that reflects their personal strengths. When it comes to tests, there are other ways to show mastery than a multiple choice test.[PDF]
Reasonable Accommodation and Interactive Process Checklist
Reasonable Accommodation and Interactive Process Checklist The basis for this process is the EEOC Policy on Reasonable Accommodation STEP 1: Manager or Supervisor informs HR within 2 business days of their knowledge that they have becomes aware of a possible need for accommodation or disability issue because:[PDF]
GENERAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR GIFTED STUDENTS IN
GENERAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR GIFTED STUDENTS IN THE REGULAR CLASSROOM Grouping differentiated curriculum to keep interest high. • Avoid drill and practice activities. • Ask students’ higher level questions that require students to look into causes, experiences, and facts to draw a conclusion or make connections to other areas of[PDF]
Accommodations: Assisting Students with Disabilities, published by the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) in 2010, and is intended to help teachers and parents make decisions about accommodations for students with disabilities. Four categories of accommodations are identified along with numerous examples.
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