I am excited and uplifted by all of your experiences in using type to differentiate instruction in your classrooms. I had been convinced by my own work that this kind of differentiation worked, and worked well, but of course there was no opportunity (until now) to share what I had learned.
Our class conversations, your questions, and your suggestions and encouragement toward one another go far beyond my expectations for this course. Now we are winding down, with only one class remaining — there will be much to talk about. (And I promised Robin when I saw her on Saturday that I will bring home baked bread for our snack.)
In class last week we didn’t get to share the strategies from Chapter 6 that you tried out. Since you all agreed to post twice on this blog, that gives you an idea for your first articles. (Yup, that’s a hint!)