“Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember;
involve me and I'll understand.”
Firstly on
differentiated Instruction: Meeting Students Where They Are
What
Differentiated Instruction Means for Teachers


Teachers
DO

Teachers
DON'T





Hence, Struggling learners would need more practice while
advanced learners would need enrichment.
For more information on differentiated learning, check out
the website: http://www.glencoe.com/sec/teachingtoday/subject/di_meeting.phtml
Qualitative Data:
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Deals with descriptions.
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Data can be observed but not measured.
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Colours, textures, smells, tastes,
appearance, beauty
VS
Quantitative Data:
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Deals with numbers.
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Data which can be measured.
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Length, height, area, volume, weight, speed, time,
temperature, humidity, sound levels, cost, members, ages, etc.
*Do not say, “Show me a big circle”/ “give me a small square”
Give collection and say "give me a larger triangle"
When using unfamiliar nouns with children, DO NOT use
adjectives as it will confuse the children!
Do not say, "4 times more than! it is ambiguous,instead, say "4 times as many as or 4 more than"
The activity I liked for today would be: Problem 18making square with tangrams
The day ended with learning all about angles. The most interesting way of creating a 180 degrees straight line was tearing the angles of the triangle and putting them together to form a stragiht line! Who would have thought!
Thank you for reading!:)
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