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Differentiation, for a difference

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MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
SELF-ASSESSMENT

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LEARNING STYLES - 8
INTRODUCTION
What is Differentiation?
Understanding Differentiation?
Understanding Differentiation?

(An introduction to Assessment for Learning, 2004)


Type of Assessment

Summative Assessment

Formative Assessment
Is differentiation
a new pedagogical approach?
Think 7 to Differentiate Instruction
By addressing You can
student differentiate the
Readiness Content
Interest Process
Learning Profile Product
Differentiation Approaches (P/G 22)
“A differentiated classroom provides different ways
to
• Acquire content
• Process or make sense of ideas
• Develop products”

http://www.edutopia.org/blog/differentiated-
instruction-ways-to-plan-john-mccarthy
Tips and Strategies to Differentiation
TRADITIONAL V/S DIFFERENTIATED
CLASSROOMS

•Check list
•Mark or tick (✔️)
DIFFERENTIATION MADE EASY
• The KEY
• Understanding LOSC
• Writing LOSC
• Example of RPH
LEARNING OBJECTIVE(S) & SUCCESS
CRITERIA(S)
LEARNING OBJECTIVE(S) SUCCESS CRITERIA(S)
“Classrooms where students “If learners are to take more
understand the learning objectives for responsible for their own learning then
daily lessons see performance rates they need to know;
20% higher than those where learning
objectives are unclear.” 1. What they are going to learn;
2. Why they should learn it in the first
Adapted from (Marzano, 2003) place; and
3. How they will recognise when they
have succeeded.”

(An Introduction to Assessment for


Learning, 2004)
LEARNING OBJECTIVE(S) & SUCCESS
CRITERIA(S)
LEARNING OBJECTIVE(S) SUCCESS CRITERIA(S)
“Classrooms where students “If learners are to take more
understand the learning objectives for responsible for their own learning then
daily lessons see performance rates they need to know;
20% higher than those where learning
objectives are unclear.” 1. What they are going to learn;
2. Why they should learn it in the first
Adapted from (Marzano, 2003) place; and
3. How they will recognise when they
have succeeded.”

(An Introduction to Assessment for


Learning, 2004)
Why Are –
Learning Objectives and Success Criteria
Important?
’If learners are to take more responsibility for
their own learning, then they need to know
what they are going to learn, how they will
recognise when they have succeeded and
why they should learn it in the first place.’
(An Intro to AfL, Learning Unlimited, 2004)
Understanding
Learning Objectives and Success Criteria
MoE Learning Learning Objectives Success Criteria Why?
Outcome ‘By the end of the lesson you “I will be successful if I Students need to know
will be able to … “ can …” …
2.1 a/c Prepare a set of notes for my • Take notes from How to find the
2.2 a/b/g/j argumentative essay website research information to
2.3 g • Identify appropriate understand or to back up
quotation with a note a point of view
of the source
1.1 a/b/c Say what I eat for breakfast • Know and say the How to answer questions
words for breakfast and talk about
food themselves
• Know and say the
questions to ask about
breakfast foods
• Know how to create
answers using
questions as sentence
starters
WRITING LOSC

LOSC
Understanding
Learning Objectives and Success Criteria
MoE Learning Learning Objectives Success Criteria Why?
Outcome ‘By the end of the lesson you “I will be successful if I Students need to know
will be able to … “ can …” …
2.1 a/c Prepare a set of notes for my • Take notes from How to find the
2.2 a/b/g/j argumentative essay website research information to
2.3 g • Identify appropriate understand or to back up
quotation with a note a point of view
of the source
1.1 a/b/c Say what I eat for breakfast • Know and say the How to answer questions
words for breakfast and talk about
food themselves
• Know and say the
questions to ask about
breakfast foods
• Know how to create
answers using
questions as sentence
starters
EXAMPLE OF DIFFERENTIATED
LESSON PLAN
•LINK
Good practice : Sharing Learning
Objectives

http://missklohnsclassroom.blogspot.my/2012/10/tell-me-something-good.html?m=1
APPLYING DIFFERENTIATION IN
CLASSROOM