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Processing Bags March 15, 2009

Filed under: Differentiated Instruction,Processing — bestbookihavenotread @ 12:35 pm
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These great processing bags were put together by a fantastic intervention specialist. She describes herself as obsessed with the ideas of differentiated instruction and brain processing and has taken it upon herself to become our building (and district) specialist.  I’ll share more of the things she has put together for the staff to use with their students, as well as some student created work.  processing-bag-contents2

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One Response to “Processing Bags”

  1. mrsgannon Says:

    I’m always interested in new ways to differentiate, and the picture of the “processing bag” is really interesting – could you elaborate on how it is used? Is it subject/topic specific or are the strategies useful across topics. Thank you!


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