How do you show differentiation in the classroom?

Differentiated instruction is evident when teachers:

  1. Offer students options to choose from in assignments or lesson plans.
  2. Provide multiple texts and types of learning materials.
  3. Utilize a variety of personalized learning methods and student assessments.
  4. Customize teaching to suit multiple forms of intelligence.

How can you differentiate a visually impaired student in the classroom?

Implement strategies to ensure the student has access to visual materials presented in various formats (e.g., bulletin boards, videos, software programs). Use descriptive words such as left and right, and avoid the use of vague terms, such as “over here” or “this,” when giving the student directions.

How can a teacher help a learner with visual impairment?

Try to minimise noise and disturbances in the classroom, as the learner with visual impairment relies on verbal instruction and information. Encourage the learner to take responsibility for reminding his teacher when support is needed. Let different classmates take turns in pairing for assistance if necessary.

How do you identify visually impaired learners?

not be able to see objects at a distance, like on a whiteboard or blackboard. having trouble reading (or learning to read) and participating in class. not be able to focus on objects or follow them, may squint often and rub their eyes a lot, have chronic eye redness or sensitivity to light.

Why is differentiation important in the classroom?

The objective of differentiation is to lift the performance of all students, including those who are falling behind and those ahead of year level expectations. Differentiation benefits students across the learning continuum, including students who are highly able and gifted.

How can teachers differentiate?

According to Tomlinson, teachers can differentiate instruction through four ways: 1) content, 2) process, 3) product, and 4) learning environment.