Teague's Tech Treks

Avoiding tech "OOPS-idents" by Helen Teague

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ August 19

Differentiation Quote

 

Differentiation Pinterest Board: https://www.pinterest.com/physxclassroom/differentiated-instruction/

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Thank you to Santa Fe Public Schools

Special thanks to the dedicated and talented teachers at the Santa Fe Public Schools! Thank you for a warm welcome and great participation during my professional staff development session, “Differentiation Instruction with Technology

Have a great and productive fall semester!

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“Differentiation Instruction with Technology”

Here is our Agenda for “Differentiation Instruction with Technology” in the Santa Fe Public Schools

Our Essential Questions are:

            1. What is the role of technology as a tool for differentiation?

            2. How can we use educational technology to enhance and
differentiate student learning?

 

Our GOAL Statement  is to : Create or plan something you can implement in the first ten days of school.

Let’s begin to engage with content, investigate, play, and discuss with each other~!

ELearning

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Weekend Ed. Quote: August 12

 

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Newsela

Newsela is an online current event repository of over 1,000 current event articles in eight categories:

  • War & Peace
  • Kids
  • Science
  • Money
  • Law
  • Health
  • Arts
  • Sports

The articles feature differentiated interest levels and five different reading levels of students. Most articles include a summative comprehension quiz and lesson plans. The quizzes align to Common Core Standards eight different learning standards:

  • What the Text Says
  • Central Idea
  • People, Events & Ideas
  • Word Meaning & Choice
  • Text Structure
  • Point of View/Purpose
  • Multimedia
  • Arguments & Claims

Newsela pulls its articles from over forty different media sources such as the LA Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Washington Post, and the Associated Press. Most articles are translated into Spanish. Newsela offers both free and paywall access. Teachers collect article via “Binders.” With cloud storage features and the Newsela iOS app, students can access Newsela from school and home, library, mall, or even the skateboard park!

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