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Differentiation of Instruction

Lesson Clarity

Instructional Variety

Student Engagement

Student Success Rate


Using Student Ideas/
Contributions

Questioning/ Probing

Tier 1 Analysis
Student attention, students engaged
Make connections to prior knowledge
Scripted lesson plans
Asking questions
Instructional variety
Reflective teaching
Using student ideas
Student success rate
Structuring
Lecture
Worksheets
Class discussions/small group discussions
Using multiple intelligences
Simulations
Worksheets
Questioning
Probing
Structuring
Instructional variety
Lesson clarity
Teacher Affect
Student success rate
Discussions about what they learned
Connecting to previously learned information
Room dcor
Group work
Simulations
100% success rate on the different worksheets that are
given during the day
Questioning
Probing
Discussions
Interactions with the room displays (pictures, stations)
Questions about prior knowledge
Questions connecting to previous lessons
Asking if they have any questions at this time with the
basic information

Signaling/ Structuring

Telling them exact time limits


Telling them how to behave when they finish a task
Transitioning from task to task
Signal for attention
Bridging
Emphasis on more important aspects
Lesson format and structure (concept and details)
Tier 2 Analysis

Modifications for a Gifted Learner


Content Changes
Average content plus enrichment content
Process Changes
Engage them more in conversation
Asking higher level questions
Have them help slower learners, so they improve their own
knowledge
Product Changes
Make worksheet a little harder

Tier 2 Analysis
Modifications for a slow learner
Content Changes
Average content, broken down into more manageable pieces
Process Changes
Engage them as much in the conversation
During transitions or when other students are working on
worksheets, talk to them to make sure they understand it
Offer more assistance after class/school
on 1 with teacher (direct instruction)
Pair them with another student during worksheets
Repeat instructions/check comprehension
Product Changes
Make worksheet a little easier
Tier 2 Analysis
Modifications for a student with ADHD
Content Changes
Average content, broken down into more manageable pieces
Process Changes
Increase engagement in conversation
Focus on paying attention to them during class to ensure they
are staying involved
Peer partnering
Seated in close proximity to the teacher
Repeat instructions/check comprehension
Allowing more breaks
Product Changes
Use visuals/ hints with the questions to assist them

Easiest