A Responsive Approach to Differentiating Instruction in Mixed-Ability Classrooms.
Students have learning differences that impact instructional design and delivery. A responsive teaching approach blends whole class, small group, and individualized instruction into one classroom approach. In this webinar, Mockingbird will introduce the Mockingbird Responsive Instructional Model for differentiated instruction. Learn the 8 elements of differentiation that master educators engage to responsively meet diverse needs in mixed-ability classrooms. Learn the four types of differentiation, how to organically blend whole group and individual activities to maximize effectiveness and how to use sidebar anchors and instructional transition strategies to maximize on-task learning. Learn the strategies that allow educators to be both responsive and proactive in their differentiated response.
Strategies presented in webinar are research-based strategies from the Mockingbird Methodology. Our Methodology targets the art and science of teaching vulnerable learners and teaches an instructional framework for creating active, visible, psychologically safe, and socially non-threatening classrooms.
This lesson is a recording of a virtual webinar. The webinar is interactive. To participate, you will watch a recording and record participation responses in a word document. This document will be submitted at the end of the lesson ( in the quiz section).
Certificate of Completion
To earn a certificate of completion, you must upload your participation script from the interactive webinar. The script submission is embedded in the quiz.
CEUs are calculated by the hours.
This course has 1 hour of CEUs. CEUs are awarded after the course is completed. An email of the CEU record will be sent to you.
- Visit the STRATEGY RESOURCE PAGE for interactives, instructional aids, video reviews, etc.
- Basic Strategies for Differentiating Handout
- Content Readiness Dials Handout
- Low Prep vs. High Prep Handout
- Student Self-Rated Learner Profile
- Teacher Rating of Learner Profile
- Differentiated Instruction Handout
- Differentiated Instruction Wall Cues