Differentiated instruction is an instructional theory that allows teachers to face this challenge by taking diverse student factors into account when planning and delivering instruction. Based on this theory, teachers can structure learning environments that address the variety of learning styles, interests, and abilities found within a classroom. Ask the students to draw/write at least 5 pieces of information they wish the teacher to know about them on the paper plate.
Students may section off the plate or just draw. The larger the section or drawing is what the student believes is their most important interest.
On the back of the paper plate – students will write or draw their favorite way they like to learn. (For example, reading, listening, watching or doing).
Great beginning of the year getting to know you activity for all subject areas and grade levels.