This is a good article on using formative assessment to differentiate instruction.

** “Teachers should ask themselves this question every day: ‘What are we learning today?'”** 10 more words

This is a good article on using formative assessment to differentiate instruction.

** “Teachers should ask themselves this question every day: ‘What are we learning today?'”** 10 more words

After reading Chapter One in “Success from the Start: Your First Years Teaching Elementary Mathematics,” my opinion of how to successfully teach elementary math was already beginning to change. 498 more words

P4 – Practice the integration of appropriate technology with instruction. This means that the teacher is actively using the tools within the classroom to extend student knowledge. 481 more words

Differentiating Instruction and Classroom Management

**P2 – Practice differentiated instruction**

{1} I interpret this standard to mean that teachers adapt their instructional strategies within the classroom in order to meet the diverse cognitive needs of all students. 699 more words

One of the missions of this blog is to take the work of the amazing online community of math teachers known as the MathTwitterBlogoSphere (MTBoS) and to show what modifications are made for students with disabilities. 1,026 more words

E1 – Exemplify professionally-informed, growth-centered practice.

Teacher candidates develop reflective, collaborative, professional growth-centered practices through regularly evaluating the effects of his/her teaching through feedback and reflection. 337 more words

Music teachers make it look easy.

I recently had the opportunity to conduct a coaching visit in an eighth grade orchestra classroom. The class was made up of students of different ability levels, different musical backgrounds, and get this, completely different instruments. 437 more words