Planning for All: Differentiating Instruction
Assesses your ability to discuss teaching and learning with leadership.
Teachers have a powerful role in the classroom and larger school community. School teachers, administrators, curriculum and instructional specialists, a educators/trainers make hundreds of decisions a day; these decisions affect many people. As such, it is important for educators to ground their decision latest research and in alignment with the established vision for their organization.
Initial Post: Post an initial response that addresses the following areas:
Read Phelps’ (2008) article titled “Helping teachers become leaders.” Compare his statement with at least two vision statements that you find via a Goo discussion forum, create your own vision statement. Phelps provides an example in the article. As Phelps (2008) suggests, go beyond mantras such as learn” (p. 119). The heart of your vision should address an educational dilemma in a diverse learning context. For example, a possible dilemma in the m can learn° is that there are teachers who believe that some students do not learn, which is indicative of a “one size fits all” type of teaching. Your vision s address a problem you see in education and describe how you choose to solve that problem. Reflect on how your beliefs will influence your classroom p Phelps (2008) indicates, “Formulating one’s vision in writing makes its achievement more likely” (p. 120).
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