On the fourth day of Christmas, Mindsteps sent to me four differentiation mistakes to avoid, three ways to survive the December crunch, two Webinars, and a free video of Robyn.
The other day, a reader commented on my blog post Four Differentiation Mistakes to Avoid. The comment was long, but this part caught my attention: “Hello Dr. Jackson,Playing devil’s advocate, I see a couple of unsupported statements in the post. For example, you say ?learning style is static.? Do you really think so? But the mention [...]
If we truly want to help ALL students meet or master the standards, we must provide effective differentiation for our students. However, over the years, several practices have crept into the way we differentiate lessons that actually make student success LESS likely. The following are four practices that actually interfere with effective differentiated instruction. Creating [...]