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While in Attendance at the NCAE Administrator's Conference, I went to a session on differentiating instruction for students who are left or right brained. This was extremely informative. We really need to meet the needs of all of our students and their learning styles. Do you know if you are predominately left or right brained? Find out. Also, find out how your faculty learns best!

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Donna Cannon
Moore Magnet School
451 Knollwood Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27104


Sun Nov 27, 2005 6:22 pm
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Surry County has been doing a lot with differentiation and it is defintely an interesting topic. I have done several differentiated projects and my students seem to really enjoy them because it meets the needs of each student. I think it is defintely the new "fad" in teaching.

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Molly Anderson
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Mon Nov 28, 2005 4:46 pm
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In Guilford we have school teams attending training and they are now looking at differentiation. I'm interested to see what they present to the faculty.
:wink: At this point in the semester I'm not sure I even have half a brain!!!!!

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Mon Nov 28, 2005 8:58 pm
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