Technology, Differentiation & the Future of Education

I just returned from the ISTE (International Standards in Technology Education) Conference in Philadelphia.  I can remember when ISTE first started, so imagine my surprise to see the huge attendance (someone estimated 20,000), the hoards of technology gadgets, and the mini-theater style presentations by all the major technology players. The future of education certainly rests with
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Differentiating Instruction Checklist

Today’s classrooms are becoming more diverse in that teachers now have students of all different abilities and learning patterns. Many classrooms contain students representing multiple cultures, and have students with a wide range of exceptionalities and accommodations. Therefore, as educators, it is our responsibility to find ways to help each individual student be successful in
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