My initial response to the first two chapters in Wormeli’s book, *Differentiation, *was overwhelming. Not overwhelming in a bad way, but in a way that would increase my knowledge on the world of differentiation. 522 more words

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#### Differentiation: Chapters 1 & 2

#### Is your child a genius? If so......

**It has struck me time** and again how the genius within some of the children and youth I encounter will probably never be unearthed. So much is done for them, so much is given to them, so much focussed parenting, there’s no hunger (I don’t mean food) to be satisfied. 163 more words

#### When Students Take Charge

Sometimes teachers need to just step aside and allow students to take charge of their learning experiences. I know it is hard. When teachers ask questions they expect to see student hands begin popping up. 1,287 more words

#### ADHD friendly lessons

Here are a few quick tips on how to make your lessons more accessible for students with ADHD. I do not by any means think that these will remove all barriers for these students, but they are quick changes you can make that will support students with ADHD. 15 more words

#### Literature Review: Differentiated Instructions and Strategies In Inclusive Classroom

**Differentiated Instructions and Strategies i****n Inclusive Classroom**

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The biggest mistake of past centuries in teaching has been to treat all children as if they were variants of the same individual, and thus to feel justified in teaching them the same subjects in the same ways.

#### Roots of 1 + x + x^2/2! + ... + x^n/n! (1)

**Problem**. Given an integer consider the polynomial

Show that

i) if is even, for all and so has no real root,

ii) if is odd, has exactly one real root and the root is for… 164 more words