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Classroom Management and Instruction for CTE - Differentiating for all learners - Shared screen with speaker view
Gretchen Schwalbach
25:50
https://nyctecenter.org/
Darlene Yaddow
27:19
Math in CTE - camping
Aja Nayfeld
27:20
I teach medical assisting
Aja Nayfeld
27:31
When not ma I work in hospital
Carrie Runner
27:34
Special Ed Consultant- outside, usually in my garden
Joanna Burd
27:35
Business, Spending time with my family
Teresa Stanczak
27:38
Animal Science- spending time with family
Pamela Curtis
27:38
I teach as a consultant teacher you can find me with my animals, family, or friends
Joseph Vogel
27:40
I teach Cyber Technology and Cybersecurity. When I'm not teaching, you can find me working on computers and gaming
Lori Keough
27:40
I teach many CTE programs as a consultant - WDS
Justin Greene
27:48
I teach Criminal Justice. When I'm not teaching, you can find me being with my kids.
Jerry Nobile
27:49
Music and Sound DesignFind me Playing drums with my band or cooking
Lori Keough
27:51
CTE- WDW
Robin Chillino
27:52
Cosmetology.....At the beach!!
Rebecca Cadiz
27:57
I teach business. When I'm not in the classroom, you can find me telling jokes.
Geoffrey Tulloch
27:57
My name is Geoffrey.. Iā€™m a culinary arts instructor
Laurie Runyan
28:04
I teach students having special needs. When Im not teaching you can find me shopping with my daughter.
Daniel Izaguirre
28:20
I teach Automotive Technology, find me in the house Garage
Keri Hubbard
32:42
ā€¢ Myth of Average PADLET - https://padlet.com/kerihubbard1/b6b8xm0cln4nwrr5
justin lauder
32:46
Teachers in the same room
Keri Hubbard
34:54
ā€¢ Myth of Average PADLET - https://padlet.com/kerihubbard1/b6b8xm0cln4nwrr5
Joseph Vogel
38:53
yes
Geoffrey Tulloch
39:03
Yes
Aja Nayfeld
39:10
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Joseph Vogel
39:34
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Lori Keough
39:52
I can not read this well enough to understand
Lori Keough
40:09
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Keri Hubbard
46:02
When might you choose to differentiate the content (WHAT students learn), the process (HOW students learn), and the product (how Ss demonstrate their learning)? Give specific examples of each.
Jerry Nobile
54:19
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Carrie Runner
58:21
yes
Darlene Yaddow
58:25
yes
Pamela Curtis
58:30
yes
Joanna Burd
58:33
yes
Lori Keough
58:37
yes
Joseph Vogel
58:39
yes
Jerry Nobile
58:39
šŸ‘
Justin Greene
58:40
yes
Geoffrey Tulloch
58:46
Yes
Dawn Fargo
58:48
yes
Laurie Runyan
58:51
Yes
Joanna Burd
59:39
show a video
Teresa Stanczak
59:44
video
Dawn Fargo
59:49
present one suture at a time
Aja Nayfeld
59:57
A tactile component
Daniel Izaguirre
01:00:00
visual teaching
Jerry Nobile
01:00:01
Show a video or read the content to the whole class
Laurie Runyan
01:00:03
Read to students
Lori Keough
01:00:04
student pairs
Rebecca Cadiz
01:00:06
visuals, video
Joseph Vogel
01:00:09
Students take turns reading
Elizabeth Corcoran
01:00:13
video and interactive online game
Darlene Yaddow
01:00:14
some students do only one type
Sarah Rosskamm
01:00:30
share content at two different reading levels
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:00:37
VIDEO INSTRUCTION AND STUDENT SHARE OUT-
Carrie Runner
01:00:52
Use Newsela to modify the articles to the student's reading level
Carrie Runner
01:01:11
Use text to speech software/tools
Lori Keough
01:01:30
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Carrie Runner
01:01:56
Peer Pairing/ stronger reader can read the passage to a student who may struggle with reading
Joanna Burd
01:02:08
@Carrie Is there a good text to speech software that works with Google Classroom?
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:02:30
By changing reading level and adding an infogram of steps required
Geoffrey Tulloch
01:02:47
modify content in subtitles with videos
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:02:55
inforgraphic
Carrie Runner
01:03:14
I use Google tools under settings activate speech to text because we use chromebooks
Laurie Runyan
01:03:25
You might have to pre-teach vocabulary too. Do they know what vertical and horizontal mean?
Joanna Burd
01:03:30
@Carrie Thank you!
Joseph Vogel
01:03:33
Microsoft Edge has an article reading mode
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:04:01
Commonlit.org
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:04:06
Readworks.org
Dawn Fargo
01:04:25
ReadWorks was the one I was thinking of where you can choose the reading level and the content stays that same.
Dawn Fargo
01:04:57
Newsela allows the student to adjust the lexile level of the reading as needed. It may require a subscription.
Rebecca Cadiz
01:04:58
Have them do the research
Joseph Vogel
01:05:02
Use a scholarly or scientific journal article
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:05:03
Have students create a presentation in pairs and teach the class
Carrie Runner
01:05:04
Joanna Go to Accessibility under advance settings. If you have a hard time getting it to work you can email me at crunner@sllboces.org
Laurie Runyan
01:05:08
Expand by having them go deeper to the application level
Lori Keough
01:05:27
Have students because experts and then teach to class
Darlene Yaddow
01:05:29
Have them watch a demo or read an article without the two processes named - they would have to decide what they are called
Geoffrey Tulloch
01:06:40
Highly motivated students in my experience like to present to everyone what they learn
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:07:14
Also helps metacognition by having them address their learning styles
Carrie Runner
01:09:33
Have students demonstrate the skill on a doll
Keri Hubbard
01:10:34
ā€¢ Differentiation Cheat Sheet-https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DNpaMyJeSQAOKvtmX9GPSgvRYfgB2qNakMuaPLK7Jkc/editā€¢ Differentiation Matrix -https://modelteaching.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Planning-for-Differentiation-Choosing-a-Method-of-Differentiation-Matrix.pdf
Geoffrey Tulloch
01:10:57
They feel like they are a part of the learning process. It gives equity to everyone
Jerry Nobile
01:11:21
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Joseph Vogel
01:16:28
yes
Carrie Runner
01:16:30
yes
Darlene Yaddow
01:16:32
yes
Elizabeth Corcoran
01:16:33
yes
Laurie Runyan
01:16:44
Yes
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:16:48
yes
Joanna Burd
01:16:50
Yes
Daniel Izaguirre
01:16:53
yes
Pamela Curtis
01:17:02
yes
Joseph Vogel
01:22:23
There's no such thing as completely average!!
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:22:28
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Darlene Yaddow
01:22:29
I have mostly focused on content and process, but now I want to think about new products for students
Teresa Stanczak
01:22:29
new ways to differentiate and how to determine when and what to differentiate
Aja Nayfeld
01:22:32
Making more of an effort to meet students where they are
Dawn Fargo
01:22:35
Decide which area needs to be differentiated based on the student characteristics
Joanna Burd
01:22:36
We can differentiate in content, process, and / or product.
Laurie Runyan
01:22:39
The attachments are particularly helpful
Keri Hubbard
01:22:43
These are great takeaways!
Vielka Luciano-Lucenti
01:22:59
Provide students with an outline of the lesson
Lori Keough
01:23:01
there are 3 components to differentiate
Elizabeth Corcoran
01:23:07
evaluation of the student learning does not always need to be graded using the traditional multiple choice test!
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:23:16
https://nyctecenter.org/about-us
Rebecca Cadiz
01:23:23
i've been differentiating without knowing it
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:23:23
https://nyctecenter.org/professionaldevelopmentcalendar
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:23:33
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Jerry Nobile
01:23:39
There are many ways for students to learn and it's important to get to know them as quickly as possible to know the best approach to helping them process what they are trying to learn.
Carrie Runner
01:23:41
Don't get in a rut....look at each student as an individual with strengths and weaknesses. Consider them and differentiate our lessons to keep them engaged and help them to reach their potential
Gretchen Schwalbach
01:24:14
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Teresa Stanczak
01:24:19
Very helpful content ! Thank you!