Process: Instructors differentiate
how students will learn by planning and/or structuring various learning activities and student groupings; and
This example demonstrates how informal assessments and spontaneous decision making help teachers differentiate
their instruction to meet the unique needs of students and specific situations they confront.
They describe what the Think-Tac-Toe looks like, when to use it, and how to differentiate
with it, and they provide examples from different grade levels and content areas.
Because IMC did not differentiate
between payments to N for expenses reimbursed and payments on his tools, it is difficult, if not impossible, to determine which payments covered which debts.
The body's native stem cells differentiate
on their own in response to chemical messages.
Worse yet, most do not present a clear value proposition for customers, thus missing an opportunity to differentiate
themselves in a crowded marketplace and gain a competitive advantage.
These results suggest that OP advanced the stage at which the bipotential gonad differentiates
into a morphologically distinct ovary or testis.
Each of these one day may be stimulated by hormones to differentiate
into any of the cell types that make up the body and brain of a person.
To see one answer, let's look at how integrator Patuxent Technology Partners (PTP), is using storage networking appliances to both differentiate
and stand ahead of others in the channel.
Blau's research in mice, for example, has shown that stem cells derived from bone marrow and injected into the tail will migrate to the central nervous system and differentiate
into neuronal cells.
two levels of discourse on the basis of class, gender, and the personal and political anxieties they reveal.
Corporations have only a limited number of ways to differentiate