Information for parents and carers including learning and wellbeing resources, advice, study skills, a quick guide glossary, homework help, learning from home tools, support for additional needs and more. Activities and assignments can be adjusted by: Use Bloom’s taxonomy as a useful guide to develop tasks at various challenge levels. Rick Wormeli (2006) suggests incorporating Bloom’s Taxonomy: Knowledge - students recall and cite content, Comprehension - students demonstrate their understanding of the content, Application - students use their knowledge and skills in a different way or situation, Analysis - students break down topics into pieces and analyse them, Synthesis - students consider aspects that seem to contradict each other and form something new. If desired, the groups can be created by readiness levels since the cubing perspectives below begin at the least complex level and become increasingly complex. Differentiation and Focus Strategy. DIFFERENTIATION IN PRACTICE SecEd April 2019 www.sec-ed.co.uk L ast year in SecEd, I wrote a series of articles focused on effective curriculum design. Clues/directions should also be based on population and economic growth and changes. Tier two: Identify all the different patterns you can make with your pattern blocks. b. Tier three: Create a bar graph to show all the different kinds of pattern blocks in your bag. He suggests the following format. 0000001427 00000 n Select a topic, for example, World War 1 (WW1). discuss the theme or author’s purpose for writing the book (analysis), create a new ending for the story (synthesis). Tier three: Make a timeline of a year detailing the position of Queensland with respect to the sun (logical-mathematical). apply it – what can you do with the object/ how can you use the object? As with a focused low-cost strategy, narrow markets are defined in different ways in different settings. 145 13 You may use overlay transparencies or models to show the areas and growth. Many businesses have matured with unique capabilities in effectively managing costs and supply chain, for example. Cubing requires students to look at a topic from 6 different angles. R The company limits the innovation of new product generations and focus on few sparkling innovations while re-using the already existing product design. Learning some new ‘tricks’ with little sense of why they matter is less helpful. 2. Tier one: Create a flip book, diagram, or model showing the rotation of the earth around the sun (visual-spatial). They design a limited number of questions and decide how to report their results such as with charts or in a newscast. Do you want to know all the little details that go into it? They are generic and can be used in any business, in any industry. Make sure the task actually requires higher-level thinking than the ‘on-level’ tasks. Differentiation focus strategy is a hybrid of focus strategy and differentiation strategy. support a conclusion about a character with evidence from the book (application). Costco in Taiwan has been ranked into the world's top 20th out of 560 branch stores performance, their performance is always positive. The policies to appeal to broad markets can be contrasted with strategies that target a relatively narrower niche of potential customers. Your task is to figure out the state of matter for each one. an assignment or project that everyone must complete. When students work with cubes they apply information in new ways. Step 2. A focused differentiation strategy requires offering unique features that fulfill the demands of a narrow market (Figure 5.7 "Focused Differentiation"). Translate the strategy into operational terms.Use the Balanced Scorecard to describe and communicate strategy in consistent, insightful, operational terms. Layer B provides students with the opportunity to apply, manipulate and play with the information they gathered while completing C layer activities. Assign students tasks based on readiness. 0000002933 00000 n From the board students either choose or are assigned 3 adjacent or diagonal tasks to complete. These elements become the basis for your ‘on-level’ tasks. If we as teachers understood the nature of our art more fully and deeply, more differentiation would likely evolve from that understanding. optional but irresistible assignments or projects, options should be high interest and challenging, students choose one of these enrichment options. Focused cost leadership is the first of two focus strategies. Heacox D. (2002) Differentiation Instruction in the Regular Classroom: How to Reach and Teach All Learners, Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit. … expert teachers teach students the most important things in the most effective ways. Nunley says the purpose of layer A is to teach students critical thinking skills and to apply their classroom learning into their daily lives. For example, don’t make 3 tiers if there are only 2 groups of students exist in your classroom (those working at the appropriate level and those students who require extra support). Create 3 imaginative items to demonstrate different states of matter. Focus Strategies: A focus strategy is an integrated set of actions that is designed to produce or deliver products or services that serve the need of a particular competitive segment. For example, a year 3 class is learning to identify the parts of fractions, and diagnostics indicate that 2 students already know the parts of fractions. If successful, it allows the business the opportunity to charge a premium for the good or service. Focused on a specific underserved niche with relatively unique tastes or preferences b. In other instances, firms are well-known for their sleek product design or efficient customer service. keeping accurate records of students’ compacting activities. A teacher who cannot learn to trust and share responsibility with his/her students, would, at best have students seated in rows and completing varied worksheets silently and alone. The task should make adjustments based on student readiness (tier two). Identify the most important elements of a lesson or unit. Promoting Student Independence and Responsibility in Academically Diverse Classrooms. Tier one: Identify all the ways you can group your pattern blocks. The advantage here is that there is less competition and, therefore, greater pricing flexibility. 2. The terms "Cost Focus" and "Differentiation Focus" can be a little confusing, as they could be interpreted as meaning "a focus on cost" or "a focus on differentiation." an approach to competitive advantage in which a company attempts to outperform its rivals by offering a product that is perceived by consumers to be superior to that of competitors even though its price is higher; in adopting a differentiation focus strategy, the company focuses on narrow market coverage, seeking only to attract a small, specialised segment. differentiation and focus simultaneously to achieve a higher competitive edge. %PDF-1.4 %���� 0 corpus id: 32483087. differentiation in outcomes focused physical education: pedagogical rhetoric and reality @inproceedings{whipp2013differentiationio, title={differentiation in outcomes focused physical education: pedagogical rhetoric and reality}, author={p. whipp}, year={2013} } Practising quality differentiation is much more about knowing what matters to teach, realising that learning happens in us rather than to us, continually reflecting on the ‘particularness’ of each of our students, and pondering how to develop both the commonalities students share as humans and the singularities students bring to us as individuals. Following interrogation of student responses to the differentiated, focused and intensive teaching that has been provided, a small percentage of students may be identified as requiring a different year or band of years curriculum in some or all learning areas and/or subjects. Layer A consists of questions that ask students to analyse a topic. Although you can create multiple levels of tiers (2-6), keep the number of levels consistent with your group of students. These are: i) cost leadership strategy, ii) differentiation strategy, and iii) focus strategy. x�b```f``j ���|��� Tiered instruction is when teachers make slight adjustments within the same lesson to meet the needs of students. 2005 ASCD Annual Conference. The base level of competency, layer C, is basic learning and skills. strategy: Cost leadership, differentiation, focus on cost leadership, focus on differentiation, and integration cost leadership/ differentiation strategy. One problem is printed on each side of the cube. identifying the learning objectives or standards that all students must learn, offering a pre-test opportunity or planning an alternate path through the content for those students who can learn the required material in less time than their age peers, planning and offering meaningful curriculum extensions for students who qualify, eliminating all drill, practice, review or preparation for students who have already mastered such things. After the designated amount of time, ask representatives from each group to present their perspectives. The Wellbeing Framework supports schools to create learning environments that enable students to be healthy, happy, engaged and successful. There is a close friend of yours who does not understand how one state of matter changes into another. Informal cubing activities can easily be accomplished within a class period. tier by product - group by multiple intelligences or learning styles followed by assignments that fit those preference. The principle focus of strategy regarding the creation of wealth will continue to dominate and will remain critical to the competitive survival of firms. Teachers can also modify the learning environment in direct response to a student’s learning profile. Varied versions of an ill-focussed product are no more helpful. A pernicious classroom environment cannot invite learners to be comfortable with themselves and one another. Decide in advance how much time you want to devote to the cubing process. An example is: What are the characteristics of a hero? Differentiation is more than a strategy or series of strategies – it's a way of thinking about teaching and learning. When a company pursues a focused strategy based on differentiation, it concentrates on a harrow buyer-segment and offers customized attributes in products better than competitors’ products. Cubing, looking at a topic from 6 different angles, can be adapted. Teachers may also modify the learning environment in direct response to a student’s learning profile. Students work in assigned pairs or groups. 3.1.3 Threat of substitutes It is the differentiation and differentiation-focused strategies that effectively reduce the threat of substitutes. Distinguishing features a. The truly expert teacher understands, however, that even after a dozen careers in the classroom he/she could still learn more about his/her subject and his/her learners and how to link each learner and subject with power and joy. 2. Orlando, FL. Regarding differentiation, teachers can say, “I already do that”. Differentiation strategy is a way for a business to distinguish itself from the competition. A firm using a focus strategy often enjoys a high degree of customer loyalty, and this entrenched loyalty discourages other firms from competing directly. Create negotiables which expand upon the ‘main dish’ or imperative assignment or project. Students using tiered resources may be engaged in the same activity or they may be working on a different, but related activity. Do you want to know only enough information to think of other things to do? In this case, ‘a large number of customers’ is the focus, and those customers consider the differentiation valuable to them. Design a museum exhibit for these. Identify the outcomes and instructional focus of a unit of study. The approach allows students to pick and choose from the available options provided by the teacher. All students learn the same fundamental skills and concepts but through varying modes and activities. Trivial and fluffy curriculum remains trivial and fluffy, even after differentiation. associate it – what do you associate the object with/ what does it make you think about? Most teachers at some times and in some ways obviously adapt or adjust for students’ learning needs. One of the best ways to introduce cubing is to apply the activity to a common or familiar object. These strategies are known as focus strategies and they are applicable to both cost leadership and differentiation. Wormeli (2006) suggests placing the menu options in a restaurant menu style (see below) that could include an ‘appetisers’, a ‘main dish’, ‘side dishes’, and even ‘desserts’. Create groups based on readiness or interest. Practical: using these 8 given cities (or you may choose other cities after approval by teacher) demonstrate how landforms and bodies of water contributed to the development and movement of people to this site over a period of time. 0000001343 00000 n Use terms like mass and volume to explain your answer. Show how each item is in a different state of matter in comparison to the other two items. INTRODUCTION To be effective, teachers need to be responsive to the learning needs of their students through mastering … Differentiation. Use mass and volume in your explanation. Tier three: Students debate the issue about the seriousness of global warming with each side expressing a different viewpoint. argue for or against it – what is an argument for or against the object? This layer reflects what every student must be able to know, understand, and do. Step 3. However, activities can be extended if research is required. The premise is that the needs of the group can be better serviced by focusing entirely on it. 0000001723 00000 n We acknowledge the homelands of all Aboriginal people and pay our respect to Country. ‘What’ and ‘how’ teachers differentiate depends on the needs of the students in the class at any one time. Adaptations can include: Tic-Tac-Toe choice boards give students the opportunity to participate in multiple tasks that allow them to practice skills they’ve learned in class or to demonstrate and extend their understanding of concepts. A menu offers students a way to make decisions about what they will do in order to meet class requirements. At this level students gather information and add to their bank of knowledge. From working in or operating an early childhood education centre, complaints and feedback, information for parents & carers to news. argue for or against WW1. Practice Focus, Matt Bromley discusses practical approaches for effective differentiation. Evaluation - students use their previous learning to judge the value or success of something guided by specific criteria. They must provide credible evidence to support their opinions and arguments. 0000003619 00000 n 6. The layered curriculum approach features a 3 layer model (like a pyramid) where students start with basic learning and skills (layer C) and move to using higher level thinking skills (layer B and then layer A) as they work through the layers. The following diagram illustrates the connections between classroom elements and student characteristics and the multiple opportunities teachers have for differentiation. An example is pattern block maths: Students work on the same outcomes but use a different process to get there. A focused differentiation strategy requires offering unique features that fulfill the demands of a narrow market (Table 5.7 “Focused Differentiation”). A “broad differentiation strategy” is adopted by a company to be ‘unique to a wide range of customers. 0000001800 00000 n Make an illustration of each item and explain why each one fits into the state it is in. The top level of competency, layer A is critical thinking. 2 Differentiation is all about measuring change! A focused cost leadership strategy requires The 3 tasks should complete a Tic-Tac-Toe row. Effective differentiation takes place when teachers adjust aspects of content, process and product in direct response to a student’s readiness, interests and learning profile. When a firm pursues differentiation strategy, it attempts to become unique in the industry, by offering those products and services, which have value to the customers. They represent two distinct types of competitive advantage: i. For example: For a unit on the solar system - the study of rotation and revolution of the earth. startxref Before introducing strategies for differentiation, it is important to note 3 interrelated considerations for teachers who wish to differentiate instruction. 0000002711 00000 n Identify how you will cluster groups/activities. Be sure the way you teach is original. Using the object as the topic, ask students to: Give students about 10 minutes to build a mini-presentation, then one student in each group presents to the class. Analytical - linear – schoolhouse smart - sequential, Practical - street-smart – contextual – focus on use, Creative - innovator – outside the box – what if. D) Focused Differentiation Strategy 1. It shows that teachers can adjust classroom elements - content, process and product - in direct response to a student’s readiness, interests and learning profile. Be careful to provide advanced work to the higher level student, rather than just more work. Students complete three tasks, one of which must be the task in the middle square. �,��kD����������I@{���|� .�@E{�w0�?��r�G�T�&V �/ϰ>�^!�t�g������ZT9��J$9�&erz �,��r Y�dP�2''f���[�����V��. Use the terms mass and volume in your exhibit signs. Step 1. As with a focused low-cost strategy, narrow markets are defined in different ways in different settings. Tier two: Students conduct a survey of peer awareness and understanding of global warming. Learn more today. A focused differentiation strategy requires the business to offer unique features to a product or service, and it must fulfill the requirements of a niche or narrow market. and Focused Differentiation Strategy. analyse it – describe the object’s parts/ how is it made? This can implemented in various ways and has been shown to be effective (Rock, Gregg, Ellis, & Gable, 2008). 145 0 obj<> endobj As discussed in Part 1 of this series, a cost leadership strategy is one that serves a br… Students who choose the first question fall into the analytic intelligence, the second correspond to the practical and those who choose the final question are the creative learners. In The Strategy-Focused Organization, they show how the following five principles transform the Balanced Scorecard from a tool for performance measurement to a tool for creating a strategy-driven performance management company: 1. Developed by educator and author Kathie Nunley (2006) the approach came as a response to her classroom experiences with high school students. Nunley emphasizes that all layers should provide students with some control over their learning. 0000003391 00000 n Once the teacher has decided on what the essential understandings and/or skills are, they can begin to create a menu. The optional section often reflects activities that students can use for extra credit. Typically, this layer requires students to apply, manipulate, discover, hypothesise and prove, demonstrate or problem solve. Identify key concepts, skills and essential understandings that you want all students to achieve. This is where students evaluate and think critically about an issue. Use the cubes as dice which students roll. Heacox, D. (2005). Make a visually appealing poster to teach primary students how each state changes into the other states. In maths, create problems for students to solve. Design a similar task for learners who require extra support. 0000000556 00000 n the impact of a unit change in x on the level of y b = = x y ∆ ∆ 2 1 2 1 x x y y − − 3 If the function is non-linear: e.g. Analytical: create clues or a set of directions to help us identify and locate at least 8 landforms on the map (given in the textbook or on a map provided by the teacher). DIFFERENTIATION IN OUTCOMES FOCUSED PHYSICAL EDUCATION: PEDAGOGICAL RHETORIC AND REALITY Author: Dr Peter Whipp – The University of Western Australia Paper presented at the AARE International Educational Research Conference, Melbourne, Nov-Dec 2004. With focus strategy, a company chooses a small segment of the industry to focus its marketing efforts on. a. Require students to complete each element on the cube but allow them to pick and choose the order in which they complete the activities. Still other firms strategically focus on a narrow market in order to reach profitability goals. • Some firms using a focused differentiation strategy concentrate their efforts on a particular sales channel, such as selling over the Internet only. Make your explanation as clear as you can. Do you want to know how it is being used? For example, a cement company is offering its product to a broad market with the brand name. Tomlinson, C. A., & Allan, S. D. (2000). Focused Differentiation strategy • A focused differentiation strategy requires offering unique features that fulfill the demands of a narrow market. Choice boards address student readiness, interest or learning preferences - and are easily adapted to a subject area. Focused differentiation is the second of two focus strategies. Should the war ever have been fought? Offer a product attribute(s) that is uniquely valuable to that niche c. Focus is on high price relative to non-differentiated product d. Only one firm per niche per attribute per industry can succeed 2. . Focused differentiation e. Integrated cost leadership/differentiation 5–2 Chapter 5—Business-Level Strategy See slide 5. As you construct the tiers make sure that in order for students to accomplish a higher level, they must also have an understanding of the lower levels. What are some of the features of the five business-level strategies? Create an imperative or required assignment or project that reflects the minimum understanding you expect all students to achieve. The study concludes that while cost leadership, differentiation and focus strategies does influence an organization’s competitiveness, a combination of all three brings forth a higher competitive edge. Wormeli, R. (2006). This is where students apply and manipulate the information. Let us examine the implications of each of the three generic strategies. Differentiating the High School Classroom: Solution Strategies for 18 Common Obstacles. Tier one: Make a chart of specific heroes and what they did to make them become a hero. It is in the context of the overall generic strategy which a firm may be pursuing that strategic options may be usefully considered. Write out how you would explain to your friend using all these terms: condensation, evaporation, melting point, freezing point, expanding and contracting. Tier two: Position and move three people to demonstrate the concept of the revolution and rotation of the earth with respect to the moon and sun (bodily-kinaesthetic). Information about NSW public education, including the school finder, high school enrolment, school safety, selective schools and opportunity classes. Thousand Oaks: CA: Corwin. In other words, the key to differentiation is obtaining an advantage that is readily perceived by the consumer. Frequently, no right or wrong answer exists. We are committed to the success of all students through a deep understanding of the strengths of each individual, identified needs through data and evidence-based response strategies delivered through differentiated teaching and learning. Show condensation, evaporation, melting point, freezing point, expanding and contracting in your poster. critique the author’s writing and support your opinion (evaluation). Measuring change in a linear function: y = a + bx a = intercept b = constant slope i.e. A teacher who does not see assessment as a continual window into the needs of his/her students has little sound footing from which to differentiate instruction. Our focus is on the whole child, including academic, physical, social and emotional facets. Select elements to tier (see ‘Six ways to tier a lesson’ above). Students all use the same materials but what they do with the materials is different. 0000002195 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n She suggests a menu-like approach to the tasks in each layer. After students have read and taken notes on the chapter, the teacher reviews, with the whole class, the basic information on landforms. Use assessment data and student profiles to determine student readiness, learning styles, or interests. Threat of substitutes is reduced in case of the differentiation strategy due to customer loyalty to the unique aspects of a particular product or service, which no substitute product can offer in the customer's mind. Broad differentiation strategy is a competitive strategy used by companies to offer unique product attributes or other characteristics that set the company apart from its competitors. Leadership for Differentiating Schools and Classrooms. There are critical considerations to reflect on before implementing differentiation strategies - to aspects of content, process and product - in direct response to a student’s readiness, interests and learning profile. Types of Focus Strategies : Types Focused Cost Leadership Strategy Focused Differentiation Strategy Prof. (Dr.) Nitin Zaware 4 5. 0000001561 00000 n Select an object appropriate to the age and interests of the students, distribute the object to students and then assign groups to look (or study) the object from several angles. %%EOF Portland, ME: Stenhouse. How does learning about WW1 help you understand events, issues, topics, and decisions that still exist today? The middle level of competency, layer B, is application. Choose 3 items from our classroom that are all in different states of matter. …..teacher growth in differentiation is not so much about introducing tiered lessons, independent study alternative forms of assessment – or even moving to multi-text adoption. Tier three: List personal characteristics exhibited by heroes and rank them from most to least important. For example, they often include activities that require synthesis, analysis or evaluation. For example, using labels determine how these sites would grow due to economic possibilities of these geographical features and predict population growth over a period of time. Adaptations include: You can assess students according to Sternberg's intelligences: An idea to assess students in this way is possible through the following scenario: 'Imagine you are driving with your parents and they are listening to the radio. Tier one: Students are asked to write a public service announcement using jingles, slogans or art to convey why global warming is a problem and what people can do to prevent it. The classical strategy framework focuses on elements of market scope and competencies of the business. 147 0 obj<>stream 0000001687 00000 n Tic-Tac-Toe choice boards can be adapted. Then, students are given a choice of 3 assignments to be done individually or in groups of 2 or 3. Fair Isn't Always Equal: Assessing & Grading in the Differentiated Classroom. As you listen, you get more and more interested - and what do you most want to know? Creative: develop a map of a new world that has at least 8 different types of landforms and/or bodies of water. Select one required task for all students and place it in the centre of the board. Strategies for differentiation (current webpage). Do: distinguish each state of matter from the others and show how each changes to the others. Businesses looking to build a broad or focused differentiation strategy will need to produce or design extremely unique or distinctive products or services that create increased value for the consumer. Cubes can be used as an after-reading strategy that requires students to think critically about a topic. associate the WW1 with other issues, topics, or concerns, analyse the WW1 by discussing the events and decisions that led to the war. Include condensation, evaporation, melting point, freezing point, expanding and contracting in your chart. ', Know: there are 3 states of matter - solid, liquid, and gas, Understand: all matter has both mass and volume. Create a final optional section that offers students the opportunity for enrichment. The focus of differentiation in this paper is on appropriate teaching for gifted students in regular, heterogeneous, mixed ability classrooms. Topic 6: Differentiation Jacques Text Book (edition 4 ): Chapter 4 1.Rules of Differentiation 2.Applications . NSW Department of Education's information on curriculum taught in NSW schools, Aboriginal education and communities & personalised support. Lower cost than rivals ii. These negotiables often require students to go beyond the basic levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy. Assign each group a perspective from which to explore the topic: Step 4. You want to help your friend out. A menu could be for a single lesson, a week-long lesson or even a month-long period of study. Nunley, K. E. (2006). Use materials at various reading levels and complexity to tier by resources. Use the cubes for independent work. A differentiation strategy is focused on elevating the presence of a business within a marketplace and highlighting the things that make it different from similar competitors. Teachers often create a visual cube that serves as a starting point when they want students to analyse or consider various aspects of a topic. Use the idea of water, ice and vapour to create a chart to show how these 3 things change from one state to another. Other firms strategically focus on a narrow market in order to reach profitability goals a period... 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