Have students write a collaborative poem or story using Twitter, IM, Edmodo or Facebook. This way, authors can contribute one word, one line, or several paragraphs.

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Another look at the new book

Posted on January 06, 2014 in Differentiating Instruction

If you liked the ideas I shared from my new book in December, you might want to view or share this video created by my publisher, Paul H. Brookes. In this short clip, I talk about three favorite ideas from From Text Maps to Memory Caps and explain how they might be used in classrooms.

A few ideas for using the clip include sharing it to start a staff meeting (and to begin a conversation about differentiation ideas); featuring it at your next parent advocacy meeting to give families ideas that they might use at home or suggest for their own child at school; or having pre-service teachers view it during a class on differentiation. You might follow any of these viewings by brainstorming other ways to use the featured adaptations or by asking participants to design adaptations from other common materials

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