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Leadership Pillar. Sit at the table marked with your Instructional Guide Grade Level assignment. Differentiation In Practice. February Academic Coach-Math Training February 15, 2013. Bernard Rahming Cynthia Cuellar Rodriguez. Learning Intentions: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Differentiation In PracticeBernard RahmingCynthia Cuellar RodriguezFebruary Academic Coach-Math TrainingFebruary 15, 20132

8The ultimate goal of differentiation Meet the needs of the varied students in a classroom instruction. Making the goal manageableOpen Questions Parallel taskOpen QuestionsCreating a single question or task that is inclusive not only in allowing for different students to approach it by using different processes or strategies but also for different students at different stages of mathematical development to benefit and grow from attention to the taskAppropriate zone of proximal development for the entire class

9Open QuestionsAllows for differentiation of response based on each students understanding.

Open question:Encourage classroom discussionsEncourage all students to be part of conversationsHelp student to see mathematics as multifaceted

Strategies for Creating Open Questions (pg 7-8)Turning around a questionAsking for similarities and differencesReplacing a number with a blankAsking a number sentenceChanging the question

Sorting Open QuestionsFive Strategies for Creating Open QuestionsSorting strategiesDistribute the half sheet of samples of open questionsEach person reads a card to the group and states which open question strategy it is and whyRecord your answers on the recording templateThe next person to their left continues the process

As you reflect on these samples of open questions, what are some ideas that you will embed in your work?12Lets Give Open Questions a tryCreating a differentiated lesson using the Open Question strategyDifferentiating using our textbooksText Question:Suppose that 4 students were delivering 176 newspapers and decided to share the task fairly. How many papers would each deliver?

Open Question:Choose a number of newspapers to be delivered and a number of students to deliver them. The job should be shared fairly. How many papers should each student deliver?Differentiating using our textbooksText Question: Solve each equation. Use models if necessary. 5d = 30 4c = 16 36 = 6e

Open Question:If t =7 then 3t = 21.Choose values for t. Create a three true equations. Have your partner solve your equations. Create open questionsUsing the textbook provided for your grade level, pick an upcoming lesson.

Decide how to differentiate the lesson using open questions.Create two or three open questionsUse a different open question strategy each time

Begin to complete a lesson planning templateBe sure to identify the Big Idea the open question develops.

Learning Intentions: We are developing and deepening our understanding of an instructional strategy for improved student learning.Success Criteria: We know we are successful when we can actively plan for and integrate the differentiation strategy of open questions into our instructional practice.Feedback QuestionAs you reflect on being a leader around Teaching and Learning, how will you use the information presented, as you work with teachers in your building?

Milwaukee Public SchoolsDifferentiation Made ManageableMPS Board of School Directors

Dr. Michael Bonds, PresidentLarry Miller, Vice PresidentMark Sain, District 1Jeff Spence, District 2Annie Woodward, District 4Dr. Peter Blewett, District 6David Voeltner, District 7Meagan Holman, District 8Terrence Falk, At-Large

Senior Team

Dr. Gregory Thornton, Superintendent

Naomi Gubernick, Chief of StaffDarienne Driver, Chief Innovation OfficerTina Flood, Interim Chief Academic OfficerDr. Karen Jackson, Chief Human Resources OfficerMichelle Nate, Chief Operations OfficerGerald Pace, Esq., Chief Financial OfficerAnita Pietrykowski, Director, School AdministrationDenise Callaway, Communications & PartnershipsPatricia Gill, Executive Director, Family Services Sue Saller, Coordinator to the Superintendent