EDUC 547 Quiz 1,2,3

EDUC 547 Quiz: Defining Differentiation

  1. Differentiation is a strategy that can be used once in a while in a classroom.
  2. What phrase most clearly aligns with the author’s definition of differentiating instruction?
  3. The three curricular elements in all classrooms are: content, process, and assessment
  4. Differentiated classrooms:
  5. Which phrase best describes why differentiation is different from individualized instruction:

Set 2

  1. Differentiated instruction blends whole-class, group, and individual instruction, but prioritizes individualized instruction over whole-class and group.
  2. Differentiated classrooms:
  3. Differentiation is a strategy that can be used once in a while in a classroom.
  4. Differentiated instruction relies heavily on:
  5. Differentiation is not:


EDUC 547 Quiz: Needs and Rationale for Differentiation

  1. The focus of the book is:
  2. Advanced learners hide their status because they fear peer ramifications for appearing too smart.
  3. Understanding the students we ask to learn is foundational to creating learning opportunities that enliven them.
  4. The definition of “a good education” is the same among educators, politicians, parents, and the citizenry at large.
  5. English Language Learners (ELLs) are:
  6. The most devastating wound teachers inflict on students is:
  7. Few students are advanced in everything all the time.
  8. The meaning-making process is influenced by the student’s:
  9. Understanding the students is:
  10. Motivation to learn increases when the learner feels a kinship with, interest in, or passion for the subject.

EDUC 547 Quiz: Differentiated Classroom Environment

  1. Differentiation reminds us that what may hook one student might puzzle, bore, or irritate others.
  2. Highly effective teachers:
  3. Teachers should coach students to be contributing members of a group.
  4. Teachers should anticipate potential problems in activities and trouble-shoot them effectively.
  5. As one of the principles of effective teaching, the teacher maintains:
  6. Making meaning out of important ideas takes a back seat to “covering information.”
  7. The teacher engages the student by:
  8. Examples of scaffolding include:
  9. Mutual respect is:
  10. When we begin to see the wide array of assessment opportunities in the classroom, we open our eyes to new ways to learn about learners.
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