Ryan Sines, HS Principal
Lisson Delcamp, ASD Teacher Consultant David Starlin, History Teacher
Afternoon Session ~
"Differentiated Output Hierarchy"
The differentiated output hierarchy is a systematic, organized approach to support student's active engagement in the general education curriculum. The differentiated output hierarchy supports the concepts defined in differentiated instruction. Differentiated instruction is defined as the planning of curriculum and instruction using strategies that address student strengths, interests, skills, and readiness in flexible learning environments "At it's Core....Differentiation is simply high-quality, thoughtful teaching that builds on our best understanding of how students learn and what teachers can do to maximize each student's learning" (The Common Sense of Differentiation, 2005). Tomlinson (2000) suggests that differentiated instruction is a way of thinking about teaching and learning.
Differentiated Instruction has three primary components
After having attended this workshop, participants will be able to:
About the Presenters ~
Ryan Sines, Principal
Lisonn Delcamp, Special Education Teacher Consultant
David Starlin, History 9 Teacher