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  1. Differentiated Instruction
    1. Principles
      1. Ongoing, formative assessment: Teachers continually assess to identify students’ strengths and areas of need so they can meet students where they are and help them move forward.
        1. Recognition of diverse learners: The students we teach have diverse levels of expertise and experience. Ongoing assessments enable teachers to develop differentiated lessons that meet every students’ needs.
          1. Group Work: Students collaborate in pairs and small groups. Learning in groups enables students to engage in meaningful discussions and to observe and learn from one another.
            1. Problem Solving: The focus in classrooms that differentiate instruction is on issues and concepts rather than “the book” or the chapter. This encourages all students to explore big ideas and expand their understanding of key concepts.
              1. Choice: Teachers offer students choice in the tasks and projects they complete. By negotiating with students, teachers can create motivating assignments that meet students’ diverse needs and varied interests.
            2. Blended Learning
              1. The term blended learning is generally applied to the practice of using both online and in-person learning experiences when teaching students.
                1. The teacher is a facilitator that places an emphasis on empowering students with the skills and knowledge required to make the most of the online material and independent study time, guiding students toward the most meaningful experience possible.
                  1. facilitate a simultaneous independent and collaborative learning experience
                    1. The use of information and communication technologies have been found to improve access to as well as student attitudes towards learning.
                      1. Blended learning is a student-centered approach to creating a learning experience whereby the learner interacts with other students, with the instructor, and with content through thoughtful integration of online and face-to-face environments.
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