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DigitalDifferentiate

Describes Differentiation?Yes or No
Assesses students in multiple ways YES
Involves changing the concepts or goals of the curriculum. NO
Focuses on fewer curriculum expectations. NO
Creates rich tasks that are multi-layered. YES
Multi-option assignments are frequently used. YES
Uses a single form of assessment. NO
Provides a range of tasks. YES
Single option assignments are the norm. NO
Focuses on student readiness, interest and learning profile to shape instruction. YES
Groups students in various ways. YES
Assesses students most commonly at the end of learning. NO
Groups students in various ways. YES
Allows students to create tasks or participate in creating them. YES
Focuses on the mastery of facts and skills out-of-context. NO
Creates multiple paths for students to equally absorb, use, develop and present concepts as a part of the daily learning process. YES
Coverage of texts and curriculum guides drives instruction. NO
Only values independent work. NO
Allows students to create tasks or participate in creating them. YES
Creates multiple paths for students to equally absorb, use, develop and present concepts as a part of the daily learning process. YES
The teacher creates a rubric for students. NO
Whole class instruction dominates. NO
Creates multiple paths for students to equally absorb, use, develop and present concepts as a part of the daily learning process. YES
Provides content specific to the needs of every student. NO
Provides graphic organizers and anchor charts. YES
Provides many texts of all types, suited to different reading levels. YES
Focuses on fewer curriculum expectations. NO
Involves changing the concepts or goals of the curriculum. NO
Provides many texts of all types suited to different reading levels. YES
Targets a variety of learning styles and multiple intelligences. YES
Created by: dadgar