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By Sheryn Spencer-Waterman

This publication presents counsel and techniques which unify well known and potent developments
- the differentiated school room, during which academics align their guide to satisfy the desires of person students.
- the democratic lecture room, within which scholars are intrinsically inspired to profit simply because they're given percentages to make offerings.

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Younger students need more check points so that you might check their progress daily to weekly. Some teachers give year-long projects for secondary students, but check progress at set points along the way. For middle school students, you may want to assign projects that can be constructed in two weeks to a month. 46 The Democratic Differentiated Classroom Project Time Sheet Name:__________________________ Project Title:_____________________________ Project Due Date:__________________ Please record the date, activity, start time and end time for each time you work on your project.

What assignments will I give: homework and classwork? What criteria will I use to judge students’ work? How will I grade students and justify those grades to their parents? What misunderstandings might students have and how can I check for them? Did the activities work? It is important to share these ideas with students so that they can share your concern for their learning. You may need to teach students about how to plan for learning. Every teacher should have a toolkit filled with assessment strategies she shares with her students.

This sheet helps determine how much class time is needed and what needs to be set up to make sure the project presentations flow smoothly. Presentation Sign-Up Sheet Please sign up with your group. Names of Group Members Presenting Title of Presentation Materials Needed Amount of Time Needed Balance: A Word of Caution Letting students choose the themes they want to learn and how they want to learn about them is highly motivational and exciting. Students take ownership of the learning process and its content and become stronger and more capable for having done so; however, this freedom must be balanced with teacher decision making.

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