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(Remember that you are responding with a new heading in your MODULES LOG/JOURNAL that you’ll upload MARCH 30, after you use it for the last exam.) ___1.DIFFERENTIATION: TIERING INSTRUCTION: READ the article “Tiering to Avoid Tears,” which is posted on Blackboard, to learn about differentiating instruction, then watch the four videos related to the article. The videos are at the following sites: What is Tiering: How Does Tiering Benefit Teachers: How To Implement Tiering: How Does Tiering Benefit Students: . (Videos: Approximately 5 minutes each) __JOURNAL ENTRY #1: DIFFERENTIATION: TIERING INSTRUCTION Briefly describe what is meant by “not yet ready,” “just ready” and “ready to go beyond,” based on the article. Describe the criteria for being fair, and give your response concerning how this defines fairness for instruction in your future classroom. List the 10 ways that assignments and assessments can be tiered to meet the needs of different learners. Give a brief example of each for your future classroom. Write one paragraph about your response to each video. __

2. DIFFERENTIATION: OTHER POPULATIONS WATCH the video(s) for ONE OF THE TOPICS below related to a population or topic with which you feel you are NOT familiar. (i.e. If you are teaching autistic children, do NOT choose that video.) Every topic’s video(s) is about 20 minutes long. Inclusion of Autism Spectrum: Using Technology to Differentiate: AND (WATCH BOTH) Using Knowledge of Student Cognition to Differentiate Instruction: Primary Gifted and Talented – Classroom Practice (This is great for those of you teaching K-3) Learning Differences/Disabilities: (Extremely powerful for exploring different types of disabilities) AND (Emphasizes strategies to use.) WATCH BOTH

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