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DI & Understanding by Design
Planning & Managing
Supportive Learning Environment
Knowing the Learner
21st Century Learners and Learning
Leadership for Differentiation
Professional Development Tools
Universal Design for Learning
Differentiating Instruction for English Language Learners
Differentiating Instruction for Advanced Learners
Cubing and Think Dots
Questioning & Thinking Skills
Structured Academic Controversy
Technology & DI
Other Differentiation Strategies
Wiki Web Citings
I'm a 20+ year Special Educator, with a lot of interest in differentiated/layered instruction. I'll contribute as well as I can. My website is:
I am using DI in my classroom and working to expose more teachers in my building.
I am a literacy coach for a middle school in Hawaii and would like to join this wonderful wiki.
I am a third grade teacher. I would like to join this Wiki. Thanks! (Jefferson, Kentucky)
I am a member of your space and have been loving the materials. They have been helpful to my practice. I am currently teaching grad students in DI and assessment and have been using some of your materials as examples. I was hoping to post a few of the powerpoints and materials to our wikispace for their reference. Before doing so, I thought I would drop a line and see if that was OK. Thanks and I look forward to hearing from you.
I'm a high school LA teacher in Kansas and I would love to be a part of your wiki!
Your wiki looks wonderful, I would love to add it to my resources. Heather Hurley Instructional Technology Coordinator Arlington, VA
Hi. i'm a special ed teacher and grad student in learning and instruction. I'm interested in technology and individualizing instruction. please let me join. Thanx. seth springer
I am just beginning my journey into differentiated instruction and may need some input into strategies or answers to some questions. (Akron, OH)
I am participating in a Differentiated Instruction and Assessment Graduate Class and would love to become a member of this wiki so that I can continue to work with a community of educators involved in improving education
jlymbery I am an advisor for GATE students in New Zealand (Victoria University of Wellington) and spend a lot of time with teachers discussing how to differentiate for their most able students
I would like to join-from Australia
(Edison, NJ) Your website is a great resource for differentiated instruction. I am a middle school social studies teacher who is always looking to improve my teaching practices and methods.
(Iowa) What a great wiki! I'm a literacy consultant and would like to join.
(Colorado) A friend shared your wiki with me at the CAGT 2009 conference. I would like to join. My wiki is gtresourceteacherjeffco.
(Canada) An absolutely fantastic wiki! very valuable info for classroom teachers trying to differentiate for highly able students
I do professional development training for special educators in Jacksonville Florida and would love to join your wiki on DI since I train that to our teachers too
(Hawaii): Our school is currently working on our RTI model. Much of what I have browsed through is very helpful. I would like to recommend this space to others at my school!!!
: Hello, I went to one of your workshop last year in New Jersey. It was great. Gyselle North
betsymac: Hi, I work at an international school in Caracas, Venezuela and we're always trying to differentiate. I'd love to join, learn and share.
(Houston, TX): hi; this looks cool; i teach middle school special ed
: I would love to join your wiki. I am an Achievement Coach at an Elementary school in Evansville, Indiana. I am always looking for new ideas to share with my fellow teachers.
I am the Director of Literacy at the Louisiana State Department of Education. We are currently revising our state literacy plan and would like to include a link to your web site/page in our plan. J. Slack
: I am a TAG specialist in Round Rock, TX - would like to join :)
: I'm very interested in this subject because I work for the Department of Defense schools which are directing teachers to teach and keep statistics with differentiated instruction. I teach primary Spanish, so I don't know if I'll be forced to follow. So far the training I've received doesn't apply to a foreign language at the primary level: non- or beginning-readers
: (Mesa County, CO) I happened to stumble upon your wiki while doing research for my masters degree in education. What a wonderful resource!
Hi, there. I am a teacher and PD facilitator in New Zealand. Your wiki is a wonderful resource and I would very much like to join! Thanks.
(Victoria, Australia): Wow! Great wiki with fantastic ideas - just what I need right now. I'd sure appreciate it if you'd allow me to join. Thanks.
: What a fantastic resource for educators! I can't wait to dive into it! Thanks
I just attended Professional Development in Nashville on using these choice boards and love the concept. I want to learn much more about differentiating instruction! Thank you!
: I am in education and work in K-12 plus teach at a local university. I really would enjoy this wiki. thanks. Chris (North Carolina)
: Hi, I am a graduate student reviewing different types of survey's and I have found your Wiki to be extremly helpful!
: I am a student studying to be a ESL teacher this website is a great resource
: I am a high school German teacher and came across some of your tic-tac-toe boards and other differentiated activities and thought they were wonderful! I am so excited to try out some of them with my classes this week.
: What a great wiki! I'm a teacher in NZ and am taking baby steps towards a differentiated classroom. Thanks for a wonderful site!
: Hello! I am a 4-5 gifted resource teacher and I am loving the extention materials you have on your site!
: I love this wiki! I am an Intervention Coach at an Elementary School and you've got tons of great ideas!
I am a 6th grade social studies teacher in Mississippi and would like to join your wiki to gain more knowledge. Thank you.
caseylacey: HI there, I'm an elementary teacher in the Comox Valley BC Canada and I use menus too. I would love to share. You have so many great ones:)
This is a wonderful website, full of great resources. I am an instructional resource teacher and math coach and would love to join your wiki!
: I am an educator that is a HUGE fan of your wikispace and would like to become a member.
Hello, I'm Didi, Head of Languages at SEK International School in Madrid Spain. We're embarking on differentiation over here and I'd love to be able to consult your WIKI as a resource. Thanks
This is a great site so thanks for setting it up! We're just embarking on differentiated education here in Spain so this site is helping us tremendously! ...and yes, I said JUST embarking on this.. pretty scary it's taken so long but at least we're starting!
rurirenee: I'm a high school teacher from Taiwan and was introduced to your wiki yesterday and was amazed at the abundant resources here. I'd like to be part of this teaching group.
amperez7up: Hello. I teach 4th grade in San Diego and met some people at the Mickelson Exxon Moblie Teachers Academy who recommended this site. I would love to share and find ideas on differentiation. Thanks!
: I was in a training for GT where I found this website and would love to be a member if that is possible. I had never seen anything like this and plan on creating some of my own.
smwermeling: David Ghogasian, a brain guy, said your site rocks. I want in!
FifthGradeConnections: Am wanting to move in the direction of project based instruction and to differentiate more effectively...would love to be a member of your awesome Wiki...heard about it on AtoZteacherstuff.com. Thank you so much. :)Sincerely, Jody
I was reading the Once Upon a Time in First Grade blog and she cited daretodifferentiate as an excellent source. I was interested in the think dots she credited to you. Additionally, I need help on what the groups look like, management and some ideas for centers to help me springboard. Thank you. I have taught first grade and/or kinder for 20 years in a low income, high second language learners school in Southern California. Thank you!
: I am interested in joining this wiki. I am a professor of gifted education at The University of Alabama and teach a class on differentiation.
: I have heard GREAT things about your wiki and really want to become a member so I can access your wonderful information.
: I LOVE this wiki! I am an elementary gifted specialist in Grapevine Colleyville ISD in Grapevine, Texas. I am currently working with my faculty on Differentiated Curriculum. I would love to share this wiki with them at our next meeting!
kcarroll_0025: Hi! I am currently a pre-service teacher and I am researching differentiated instruction for a final project. This website has been instrumental in developing my own beliefs about promising practices.
clrgiglio: This site is similar to having a conversation with other interested people. I am grateful there are so many resources and so much sharing
I am trying to learn more about differentiation for a course I am taking and your wiki looks really helpful. (Hong Kong)
: Working as a teacher in a low socio economic area and seeking to get new ideas for inquiry based learning. Your Wiki is absolutely brilliant and might be the tool I need to really include the challenging kids into the learning. (Victoria, Australia)
I am a middle school principal in Trinidad and Tobago and I would like to join. I am from Seattle and we were very in to DI and it is my hope to bring the philosophy and practices to my new school. Thanks
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