Bo Cheli

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Recent Posts by Bo

Tue May 02, 2017 7:27 PM in New Teacher
That's very exciting, Brenda! Congratulations! I think one of the important things to keep in mind is that you’re going to make mistakes, and that’s okay. While you can learn from mistakes it’s important that you don’t obsess over each one . We’re only human so we’re bound to have lessons that don’t go as planned. When that happens, don’t let it get you down! You should also take advantag...

Wed Apr 19, 2017 7:52 PM in Differentiation
You should definitely check out the [url=]NSTA Teacher’s Toolkit article on differentiating inquiry[/url]. It’s a great general resource about differentiated instruction, and walks through a differentiated inquiry on density. For a more general overview of differentiated instruction, check out [url=

Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:33 PM in Differentiation
There are a few variables you can play with to differentiate science lessons in class. You could switch up your presentation of the material. So instead of straight lecturing, you can show video clips/lessons or provide hands-on tools and activities. By varying your method of presenting the material, you will keep students more engaged in class as well as give them more experiences to draw on the ...