Learning vs. Practice Activities

As teachers take a more facilitative approach to teach in both an in-person and digital learning environment, they have to create (or find) activities from which the students will learn.

Watch Dr. Sulla’s video as she further explains the importance of developing learning and practice activities to ensure student learning.

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9-Box Grids

Differentiate learning activities while giving students choice and voice using a "learning styles and readiness grid" (or a 9-Box Grid.)

  • Middle column — students who are ready to learn the skill or concept

  • Left column — those who might need prerequisite skills

  • Right column — those who may already know the skill or concept and can take it to a higher level

  • Then, for each column, use the rows to link to online learning activities for visual, auditory, and kinesthetic/tactile learners.

Take a look at the samples below and then create your own!

Primary 9-Box - Learning to Count by 10s (SHARED)
9-Box Grid - High School Figurative Language (SHARED)
Middle School 9-Box Grid - Articles of Confederation (SHARED)

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