November 6th ERPD

Brawley Middle School

Learning Targets for Today

  • I can use data to create differentiated groups.
  • I can locate/create instructional materials to meet the needs of each differentiated group.
  • I can connect the differentiation process to PDSA, RtI and the 5 learning centered questions.

Edison Learning Webinar

Webinar feedback link

Link to past webinar information

Reminder: all webinar feedback is due by November 30th.

GenZ and Digital Citizenship

Gen Z Pinterest Board

Padlet Link

For more information:

2013 Generation Z (Mozilla works best)

Digital Citizenship PD Roll-out

Nov. 14th -- Essential Questions and Copyright (K.Beck)

"Flipped PD" -- viewing resources and sites on your own for topics such as:

  • Common Sense Media and Online Safety
  • Evaluating Websites
  • Additional Copyright Info

Digital Citizenship for Students (possible Jan. WIN program)

To Consider: What might our classrooms look like if we don't have discussions about digital citizenship, copyright, authentic research, website evaluation, etc. with our students prior to device roll out?

Scoring Benchmark Open-Ended Responses

Return to the Media Center at 3:15

Purposeful Grouping

Instructional Vision and Purposeful Grouping PowerPoint

Student Learning Styles/Personality Results

Information about the different Learning Styles from the i3 team

Information about each personality color: Orange, Blue, Green, Gold

Data Day Folder (provides Student Tier and Lexiles)

Planning Resources

Document for your class groups (download for a digital copy)


Castle Learning

Bloom's Digital Webtools

Blooming Apps (for tablets)

Differentiation Resources

ISS Differentiation Page

Lexile Level Reading Passages

Additional Resources

Google Folder with Resources

Books in Stacy's Office

Math for All Differentiating Instruction Grades 6 - 8

50 Leveled Math Problems Grade 6

Differentiated Instruction for Mathematics

Math Stories for Problem Solving Success (3 Levels of Problems)

Differentiating Instruction with Menus (Math & Science)

Making Connections

1. What do students need to know?

2. How will they learn it?

3. How will we know they’ve learned it?

4. What will we do if they don’t learn it?

5. What will we do if they already know it?