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Studying for Education 104 - Summary
This series of interactive flashcards helps you analyze and memorize important differentiated instruction topics. Flip through these study resources at any time to review differentiated instruction terms, technologies, assessments, applications and more. You can also expect to go over some of the following topics:
- How to adapt to learner needs
- Differentiated instruction fundamentals
- Classroom tools and data
- Differentiated instruction plans and techniques
- The effects of differentiated instruction on students
How They Work
Studying differentiated instruction with flashcards allows you to commit important terms and concepts to memory. You can repeat these flashcards as many times as needed.
- Open a flashcard set for the differentiated instruction topic you're studying.
- Identify the word or concept on the flashcard.
- Click the button to flip the card and view the answer.
- Select whether you got it right or missed it to keep track of your progress.
- Click the Next arrow to proceed through the flashcard set.
- Review the cards you missed or shuffle all cards back in and go through them again.
Basics of Differentiated Instruction Flashcards
Basic information about differentiated instruction will be covered by the flashcards within this set. You can go over various methods of instruction and the ways that students learn.
Creating Differentiated Instruction Plans Flashcards
Check out the information you should be familiar with before setting up differentiated instruction plans with the flashcards in this set. You'll also be able to consider various differentiated assessments.
Students & Differentiated Instruction Flashcards
Use these flashcards to focus on how teachers consider students when differentiating classroom instruction. The role of motivation in the classroom will also be covered by these cards.
Adapting to Learner Needs Flashcards
This set of flashcards can help you consider ways to adapt to the needs of students in a classroom. Focus on the idea of culturally responsive teaching and the special needs of developmentally delayed students.
Differentiating Instruction in the Classroom Flashcards
These flashcards go over various methods for setting up differentiated instruction in classrooms. You can also focus on the benefits associated with this kind of instruction.
Differentiated Instruction Techniques Flashcards
Focus on the techniques that teachers can use when providing differentiated instruction by checking out these flashcards, and consider some vital instructional strategies.
Differentiated Instruction Assessments Flashcards
Use this set of flashcards to focus on the assessments that can be used in differentiated instruction. Go over formal, informal, performance and formative assessments.
Classroom Tools, Data & Technology Flashcards
Working with the flashcards in this set can help you focus on technology and tools that can be used in the classroom. You'll also be able to consider different kinds of classroom data.
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Other chapters within the Education 104: Differentiated Instruction course
- Basics of Differentiated Instruction
- Creating Differentiated Instruction Plans
- Student Profiles & Differentiated Instruction
- Adapting to Learner Needs
- Differentiating Instruction in the Classroom
- Techniques for Differentiating Instruction
- Using Assessments with Differentiated Instruction
- Student Motivation & Differentiated Instruction
- Using Technology as an Instructional Tool