Monthly Archives: January 2017

Differentiation by Choice

Students love having a say in their education. One way to offer them some choice in how they learn, and what they produce to share their learning is differentiating by student choice in product. We all know and accept that … Continue reading

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Tweet-tastic PD

I have advocated for a long time about the importance of differentiated professional development for educators. We know it works for students, so why is it rarely done for the adults that educate them. All teachers come with their own … Continue reading

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Game On!

Today I was afforded the unique opportunity to visit another district and observe a science teacher who embraced the station rotation model, but gave it a twist, and made it her own. Fortunately I was able to drag a science … Continue reading

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