Today I watched Part 1 of FRed Talks [Find Real Education] after the amazing presentation by Eric Curts at Classroom Live 2.0 about Google Drawings. Every one of those links helped me prepare a presentation for staff and an hour of professional development that puts the teacher in the drivers seat to choose their own path of learning, pace of learning, and place of learning [which content to learn]. The course, in Google Classroom, differentiates [as suggested by Alice Keeler] for staff to choose the assignments and learning that fit each one’s needs.
They will create, communicate, collaborate, and think critically about their learning. And they will share out in discussion and Google Spreadsheet, choosing a cell to express their learning [a quick on-the-spot assessment].
The process and product models a way to differentiate for their students using Google Apps for Education and Google Classroom.