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A look inside a differentiated classroom

January 26, 2011

Today’s link is not a single idea but a glimpse inside a fifth-grade teacher’s classroom. In a blog post on universal design, Lisa Parisi describes how she differentiates by offering her diverse learners choices in roles and activities and by providing a range of materials throughout the day. Check out the rest of her blog as well (Lisa’s Lingo)– fun reading!

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  1. Nora Neztsosie permalink
    January 27, 2011 9:31 am

    Hi. I do inclusion (as well modifications) for students with low incidence disability and I am always looking for way to include them in the general education setting whether is just participation or academically. I love to see your ideas or suggestions.

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