Accommodating in Science

This week I had the privilege of sharing with the Gladstone Science Department a framework (and evidence that supports it) that allows for all students to experience more success in science keeping in mind that change should be manageable.

In practice, any accommodations that we make end up benefiting all our students, not just those at the margins.

Links to the overview, handouts and presentation are all listed below the following definition.

Definitions for accommodate

  1. To provide for; supply with.
  2. To hold comfortably without crowding.
  3. To make suitable; adapt.
  4. To allow for; consider.
  5. To do a favor or service for; oblige.
  6. To settle; reconcile.

Overview

Presentation

HO #1: Effects of Influences on Student Learning & Six Strategies 

HO #2: Three Key Questions for Learner Engagement

HO #3: Sharing Learning Intentions – Level 1 & 2

HO #4: Sharing Learning Intentions – Level 3 & 4 (drafts)s

Other Unit Plans

Understanding by Design background

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About J Martens

Educator living and working in Vancouver BC Learning how formative assessment, literacy, inquiry, and technology serve to improve learning and increase engagement (for teachers & students).
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