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Six Ways to Tier a Lesson

Page history last edited by Angela Cunningham 11 years, 9 months ago

 

  1. Tier by challenge level (Bloom's Taxonomy)
  2. Tier by complexity (Address the needs of students at intorductory levels, as well as students who are ready for more advanced work)
  3. Tier by resources (Choose materials at various reading levels and complexity of content)
  4. Tier by outcomes (Students use the same materials, but their end-products vary)
  5. Tier by process (The end-products are a the some, but the ways in which students arrive at those outcomes may vary)
  6. Tier by product (Group multiple intelligences or learning styles, followed by assignments that fit those preferences)

 

 

from Differentiating Instruction in the Regular Classroom by Diane Heacox

 

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