Differentiation Strategies Teaching Tips
The Carpenter's Cut game encompasses a wide range of levels. You can support struggling learners by allowing them in play in pairs. You ma...
Some differentiation strategies in game play for You Make Me Sick include: In order to differentiate You Make Me Sick game play, learners w...
Provide support to struggling learners by completing the Virtual Labs Gram Staining Slide Prep and (and possibly the Gram Staining) portion ...
Provide additional support for below grade level readers by playing the game during small group instruction. Students can copy each of the w...
There are three sections of the Jelly Bean game: counting, number sense, and math facts. Within each section of the game, there are three le...
The Invasion game can easily be differentiated for a variety of grade levels. We recommend allowing all students to independently explore th...
The Treefrog Treasure game is a great tool for differentiation strategies, automatically adjusting to students’ performance and providing ...
The Chronopticon game can be used in many different ways to meet the needs of students at a varying range of ability levels. We suggest that...
Some of the Lure of the Labyrinth's puzzles require that players simultaneously juggle quite a bit of information in order to solve them. So...