Ashford 2: - Week 1 - Assignment
Foundations and Implications of a Differentiated Classroom
One of the key principals of differentiation is information dissemination to stakeholders including students, parents, colleagues, and others involved in the education community.
In preparing for the first day of a new school year, you decide to create either informational literature (like a brochure or double-sided flyer) or a classroom website explaining the foundations of Differentiated Instruction and its implication in your classroom. Whether you choose to create a brochure, flyer, or classroom website, the information must be specific to your current or fictional classroom (e.g., school, grade level, academic content, student population).
In this assignment you must:
Be creative! Whatever you choose to create, provide access to your instructor by uploading all the necessary links or text in a document. Use your course text and two scholarly articles in the Ashford University Library or Google Scholar to support your research. Although a typical brochure or flyer is two pages (front and back) there is not a page or length requirement for this assignment, as that will limit your creativity; however, each rubric-based requirement must be fully and thoroughly addressed. If you plan to create a classroom website, you must provide access to the website to your instructor. Be sure to provide proper APA citations at the end of your assignment for the sources that you use (e.g., at the bottom of the brochure or website).
Feel free to use these websites as a starting point for creating a brochure or flyer:
Below you will find an example of a pamphlet on differentiating for a school district. While this pamphlet is much briefer than the details required in this assignment, it will provide you with an example.
Feel free to use these websites as a starting point for creating a classroom website:
Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.