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Classroom Management & Instruction for CTE - Differentiating for All Learners - Shared screen with speaker view
Julia Maddalena
30:50
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Marivic Soper
30:52
Hello, Everyone!
CarolJean Miceli
31:23
Happy Wednesday ALL
Julia Maddalena
31:36
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Julia Maddalena
32:09
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Julia Maddalena
32:39
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Julia Maddalena
33:24
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Gretchen Schwalbach
35:05
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CarolJean Miceli
38:51
Hi Gretchen. I do not have a camera attached to my computer, so I will participate via chat.
Michael LaMastra
39:47
There is no "average" student...each student is unique
SAMOSET SCHOOL
39:49
It means that there is no such thing such as “one size fits all”
Steve Perry
39:51
one size does not fit all
Mindy Iannotti
39:52
No two the same
Kelly Poole-Davis
39:55
everyone is different
Marivic Soper
39:58
"no one size fits all"
Arlene Ramos
40:05
no single type of instruction apply to all our students
Laura Hogan
40:18
Every one learns and grows at their own pace.
CarolJean Miceli
40:22
We need to be aware of all, so we can meet different needs.
LindaYannone
40:25
.ames alot of sence as the diversity of people and experience s exist
CarolJean Miceli
44:27
Noisy, students, all different discussions
CarolJean Miceli
45:03
You know they are at least engaging
Marivic Soper
45:08
Students are engage- talking/sharing, busy working
Steve Perry
45:08
"productive noise"
Michael LaMastra
45:14
Students are doing the talking and it does not look "militant"--everyone is working in the way that works best for them
Harold Caraballo
45:15
Engagement, dialoging
CarolJean Miceli
45:20
2--All are talking; they are on different topics trying to reach similar goals
LindaYannone
45:26
vibrant
Laura Hogan
45:34
Several different things going on at the same time but focused on the same topic.
CarolJean Miceli
45:46
3--Students would say they like it, because they get to speak; it is a good thing
Harold Caraballo
46:07
It looks and sounds like everyone is hanging out, having a good time
Arlene Ramos
46:17
students have different outputs but is still meeting the expectations/goal for the day
Marivic Soper
53:17
3. Students can choose what project they are capable to work
CarolJean Miceli
53:24
Product -- Verbally/oral presentation to entire class, typed document, present just to teacher
SAMOSET SCHOOL
53:53
For my ELL Students the process is very different-i use visual aids for vocabulary and graphic organizers to break down plot, setting, characters and conflict. The regular students do not need these as they can process these things mentally
Marivic Soper
54:14
3. The options should range from easy, medium to difficult
Laura Hogan
54:37
For content- defining key terms for those students on a lower reading level and having those students on a higher reading level give their own definitions for the key terms.
LindaYannone
55:04
allowing pictures and visual images for answers and then they can explain why.
HaroldCaraballo
56:00
I often use visuals and videos. Many videos I create as well as online videos.
CarolJean Miceli
01:06:33
Breakdown the vocabulary into simpler terms, so they understand.
Karah Klein
01:06:53
Use pictures with vocab
Michael LaMastra
01:06:54
Have videos available to show this for more visual/auditory learners
SAMOSET SCHOOL
01:06:56
For struggling readers, first define the words vertical and horizontal using pictures/images
Laura Hogan
01:07:01
Maybe show a video
Arlene Ramos
01:07:04
show examples
Marivic Soper
01:07:18
provide vocabulary and picture/videos
LindaYannone
01:07:30
try demonstrating
Katherine Whittaker
01:07:31
show it, either with a picture, video or actual hands on works.
SAMOSET SCHOOL
01:07:35
Not at all
Arlene Ramos
01:07:36
no
Marivic Soper
01:07:40
not at all
Tracy Gyoerkoe
01:07:42
Have them practice using bananas
LindaYannone
01:07:48
nope
CarolJean Miceli
01:07:49
No -- it is just a different way to share the information
Kelly Poole-Davis
01:08:13
no
Katherine Whittaker
01:08:42
They are still learning the lesson, just in a different way.
Tracy Gyoerkoe
01:09:34
I actually saw the banana lesson done by one of my teachers.
Tracy Gyoerkoe
01:11:18
demonstration, video
LindaYannone
01:11:21
spaces where the students are working
Katherine Whittaker
01:11:27
Pair them up with students who understand how to complete the lesson. Make sure the one having trouble is also participating in the lesson.
Marivic Soper
01:11:32
have them practice individually or work in pair
Tracy Gyoerkoe
01:11:36
Ask the students to research it, look for YouTube videos?
SAMOSET SCHOOL
01:11:44
I would do a demonstration and then ask for a volunteer student to repeat the demo before asking them to do it
LindaYannone
01:11:57
quiet vs.engaged spaces
Marivic Soper
01:16:22
can record their answer
CarolJean Miceli
01:16:26
Type, speak, record
SAMOSET SCHOOL
01:16:32
For advanced students, demonstrate the suture
SAMOSET SCHOOL
01:16:51
For struggling readers perhaps a sequencing activity
Evangelo Michas
01:17:33
Jigsaw presentation
Laura Hogan
01:17:34
Some of the students can do the actual exit ticket, they can use something to actually demonstrate and to suture.
Laura Hogan
01:21:01
Thank you, school started today and I have a class.
CarolJean Miceli
01:21:09
OMG -- everything -- you are awesome, Jeremy!! Thank you so much :)
CarolJean Miceli
01:21:23
Send your evaluation, so I may tell all.
LindaYannone
01:21:54
offering different spaces in which to work, letting them come up with one out of many choices on which to be accessed
SAMOSET SCHOOL
01:22:08
My takeaway is that differentiation does not have to be complicated/elaborate…..it could be a visual aid, or pair work or a step by step demo
Michael LaMastra
01:22:20
Each student is unique and learning experiences should be planned with as much flexibility as possible to accommodate different learning styles
Arlene Ramos
01:22:20
its always great to learn from other teachers
Karah Klein
01:22:21
Differentiating is easy when it becomes second nature and can help a student achieve their best.
Carol Donohue
01:22:46
incooprate all the senses and differentiate
Katherine Whittaker
01:22:52
I have students that will be going out to internship in jobs. I have set in a fail safe, so if they don't like their internship position, they will be able to move to a different one.
Steve Perry
01:23:19
Different strokes for different folks
Kelly Poole-Davis
01:23:32
everything was great - I liked how you can give students different opportunities and different choices of how they feel comfortable to learn
Marivic Soper
01:23:36
Consider the students needs and its not difficult to differentiate to help students learn
Julia Maddalena
01:23:53
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Julia Maddalena
01:24:15
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Julia Maddalena
01:24:23
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Jeremy Arbano
01:24:36
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xWoAZYPSBFCwYmjC6yi9Nz00Mq_VkA2nPdpzvV2uYMw/edit
Julia Maddalena
01:24:39
Please evaluate this session! https://forms.gle/nWN4PesoMHZwNzT7ACTLE Credit can be requested by following the instructions on the confirmation page of the evaluation form.
Marivic Soper
01:24:49
Thank you very much!
Jeremy Arbano
01:24:50
Link to the differentiation cheat sheet: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xWoAZYPSBFCwYmjC6yi9Nz00Mq_VkA2nPdpzvV2uYMw/edit
Julia Maddalena
01:25:04
Jeremy's Cheat sheet! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1xWoAZYPSBFCwYmjC6yi9Nz00Mq_VkA2nPdpzvV2uYMw/edit
Julia Maddalena
01:25:14
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Jeremy Arbano
01:25:18
My pleasure, thanks so much for your engagement.