In this video, we’re continuing the camera metaphor and “zooming in” to explore the glossed-over details that are worth an entire unit of study onto themselves.
Much like a camera pans, we can pan to related topics in order to develop an interesting extension question for students.
Now we’ll explore uses of the Frame graphic organizer in social studies: analyzing multiple time periods, using multiple perspectives, and pushing students up Bloom’s Taxonomy.
Frames are a simple but powerful graphic organizer for differentiation. Here we’ll explore how to use Frames in Language Arts.
Melanie Bondy, of Mine Vine Press, explains how to accelerate curriculum for your advanced students.
Melanie Bondy explains how compacting will help you to “shrink the curriculum” and give students opportunities to use their time more effectively.
How to structure and run an ongoing research projects based on students’ own curiosities.
The first step in developing appropriately differentiated tasks based on your students’ ability levels.