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In-Between the Cracks - Questions Spark Genius

  Have you ever looked at a dandelion? I mean really looked at it from all facets? OK so you have to crouch down, let your imagination flow, and ignore the stares that will obviously come.   255 more words

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Y Chromosome Differentiation 180 Million Years Old

Just published in Nature is a study revealing the origins of maleness in mammals. The team of Prof. Henrik Kaessmann at the Center for Integrative Genomics and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics concludes that the key male-differentiating features in the Y chromosome appeared 180 million years ago in placentals and marsupials with the arrival of the sex-determining gene, SRY. 78 more words


ProTip Wednesday: 5 Differentiation Strategies to Increase Engagement

We, as teachers, know better than most that all students are not made the same. From the eternal pencil clicker to the creative doodler, our students need us to meet them where they are, otherwise known as differentiation. 475 more words

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Cash in on Learning: What’s So Different About Differentiation for the Gifted?

Now that “differentiation” has become a common term in the general lexicon of education, we need to differentiate the practice of differentiation. The idea of differentiation has a long history in general terms. 981 more words

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Transum Software

Don’t be mislead by the title of this site.  You are not required to download any software, and the math resources here are fun and free.   170 more words


Principle of HOPE - P2

[1] SPU’s principle of HOPE, P2 talks about the importance of practicing differentiated instruction. To me this means that as a student teacher, it is important to know how and when to provide differentiated instruction for my students in the areas of reading, mathematics, science and aesthetics. 371 more words


I’m not going lie, after reading the word different so many times, I’m sitting here with “2 Chainz- I’m Different” stuck in my head. However, his interpretation and mine on the subject seem to be fairly…well…different. 387 more words

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