Application of Multiple Intelligences Framework - CETLA
... • The ability to create an effective product or
offer a service that is valued in a culture;
• A set of skills that make it possible for a
person to solve problems in life;
• The potential for finding or creating
solutions for problems, which involves
gathering new knowledge.
the PDF - Aspire Public Schools
... his students grasped the phonics lesson and others did not: Move ahead, and part of the class
continues to struggle. Review and re-teach, and part of the class gets bored.
With computers as co-teachers, Montero can provide more targeted instruction to his students,
while exposing them to modern tec ...
... I personally prefer to use strategies that will engage the learner with real world and hand on activities. If
you walk in my classroom you will see my learners demonstrating, role playing, or having group
discussion about their prior knowledge and new information learned.
My teaching strategies incl ...
PowerPoint Presentation - Introduction to Differentiated Instruction
... • All students participate in respectful work.
• Teacher and students work together to ensure
continual engagement & challenge for each
• The teacher coordinates use of time, space, and
• Flexible grouping, which includes whole class
learning, pairs, student-selected groups, tea ...
... Design for speech
Acoustics isn’t just for concert halls: Using sound-absorbent
materials in classrooms is a simple and effective way to
ensure that teachers can focus on teaching, not repeating.
teaching across age levels
... Children are centered in:
the here and now.
The functional purposes of language.
Children cannot understand the use of
metalanguage used to explain linguistic
Gamequarium Workshop Presentation
... Online educational games challenge fine motor coordination while
developing logical thinking skills and content mastery.
Interactive games allow learners to construct new understandings on
many different levels through seeing and hearing.
Teaching with online games allows educators to better meet th ...
Flipped Classroom - "C. Marchesi" – Mascalucia
... In the traditional model of classroom instruction, the teacher
is typically the central focus of a lesson and the primary
disseminator of information during the class period
The teacher responds to questions while students defer
directly to the teacher for guidance and feedback.
In a classroom with ...
Flipped classroom is an instructional strategy and a type of blended learning that reverses the traditional educational arrangement by delivering instructional content, often online, outside of the classroom. It moves activities, including those that may have traditionally been considered homework, into the classroom. In a flipped classroom, students watch online lectures, collaborate in online discussions, or carry out research at home and engage in concepts in the classroom with the guidance of the instructor.