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Math Differentiation Module Syllabus

Instructor Information
Name: Tiffany Reynolds
E-mail:Tiffany.herrington@beaufort.k12.sc.us
Phone: 843-263-6681
Online hours: 5:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M. Monday-Wednesday
Note: Please allow me at least 24 hours before I respond to any emails or phone calls.

Staff Development Course Explanation:


This module is designed to help teachers develop a classroom management plan to support
differentiated instruction using a one to one technology device model. In addition to, develop
differentiated mathematics lessons using technology.

South Carolina Professional Standards:


5.B The teacher uses a variety of instructional strategies. The teacher draws from a substantial
repertoire of instructional strategies, varying his or her strategies both within and among lessons
according to the particular objectives and content and the students ability levels, learning styles,
rates of learning, and special needs. The teacher conveys information in a variety of formats
(e.g., lectures, videotapes, texts, DVDs) and approaches (e.g., demonstrations, guided practice,
guided discovery, simulations). As appropriate to the learners and the learning, the teachers
instructional strategies include sharing instructional responsibilities with other teachers, guest
speakers, and/or parents; varying and/or exchanging roles (e.g., instructor, facilitator, coach,
observer) with students; and creating opportunities for both independent and collaborative
learning experiences.
8.A The teacher creates and maintains the physical environment of his or her classroom as a safe
place that is conducive to learning. The teachers classroom arrangement allows all students to
see, hear, and participate during instruction. The classroom is free from clutter and distractions
that impede learning. The teacher ensures that all materials are safely and properly stored and
that all applicable safety regulations and precautions are followed. Classroom displays feature
items of educational relevance and interest, including current samples of student work as
appropriate.

Learning Objectives
Lesson 1: Classroom Management of One to One Device
Objective 1: The student will develop a classroom management plan to support differentiated
instruction using a one to one technology device model.
1A: Students will describe a classroom floor plan that supports one to one device management.
1B: Students will identify classroom procedures for instructional use for the device.
1C: Students will identify classroom procedures for non-instructional uses for the device.
Lesson 2: Designing Differentiated Math Lesson Plans Using Web Based Tools.
Objective 2: Develop differentiated mathematics lessons using technology.
2A: Develop a differentiated lesson plan that incorporates one web based tools.

Lesson 3: Designing Differentiated Math Lesson Plans Using Web Based Tools
(Assessments).
Objective 2: Develop differentiated mathematics lessons using technology.
2B: Create formative assessments using one web based tool.

Assessments
Lesson 1: Classroom Management of One to One Device: You will develop a classroom floor
plan, including instructional and non-instructional procedures for the technology device
management in their classroom.
Lesson 2: Designing Differentiated Math Lesson Plans Using Web Based Tools: You will
create a differentiated lesson plan using one web based tool. You will be assessed on your ability
to appropriately use the web based tool of your chosen to differentiate in a mathematics lesson.
Lesson 3: Designing Differentiated Math Lesson Plans Using Web Based Tools: You s will
select one of your previous formative assessments mentioned in the beginning of the lesson.
Using a web based tool from the LiveBinder provided, you will recreate your assessment. Then,
include a brief reflection on how you believe completing the assessment using a web based tool
will benefit your students.