Stuart's Spectacular Students

This is dedicated to my amazing students. The goal is for each and every one of them to feel unstoppable by the time they walk out of the classroom door for the final time in May. This chronicles their journey; their own Chronicles of Self-Actualization.

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Saturday, February 10, 2007

Differentiated Instruction

Different needs need different instruction. One-on-one, learning in pairs, small group, working by oneself, and student teaching. What's important is determining how each student learns best and teaching in a way that allows for this learning to occur (see Brain Recognition for how to do this with your own children at home).

Working one-on-one with the future Professor Lachinski.

Ryan and Mark determined to work the data.

Working closely with the Sky Man.

Stepping in to provide some small group instruction to guide the direction of student small groups.

Overseeing the progress of the group's work.

Belle finding she needs to work on part of the project separately.

Mahrukh and Bridget design a very good PowerPoint review lesson for the class.

Bridget and Jessica display their graph of visitors to their website in both circle and bar graphs.

This was a great exercise in the application of textbook knowledge to real world problem solving and developing marketable skills.

The group of Serena, Zack, Mahrukh, Brianna, Amanda, and Summer put up their graph.

A tracker was added on this site two weeks ago. In that time, not including the United States, 37% of the visitors are from China, 23% are from New Zealand, 12% are from India, 12% from the United Kingdom, 8% from France, and 4% from Canada.

Ironically, China and India are likely to become the next two world super powers and main competitors to the United States. They rank #1 and #3 in who read about and study the accomplishments of these amazing students.

Ideally, the development of students like these and their readers from other countries will allow our nations to interact in a peaceful spirit of healthy competition and cooperation. The size of your world is the size of your mind.

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  • At 2:40 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hey Mr. Stuart Sandeep said," I think Mr. Stuart is a GooD teacher" And I said " I think so to " ! No really you are and thanks for giving everybody your energy for the day! ( 6 to 7 hours)

  • At 2:46 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    OOOPS, I sent the other comment before this one. With Sandeep saying that thing about you being a GooD teacher. from Skyler on the samurai 7 GooD list!!!

  • At 3:05 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hey Mr. Stuart Sandeep Said " I think Mr. Stuart Is a GooD teacher "! And I said " I think so to "! And this was Skyler on the samurai 7 GooD list well Bye im gana go home now! see ya

  • At 8:03 PM , Blogger Adam Stuart said...

    Hey Skyler, this is mr. Stuart, and I think Sandeep is a GooD student. And so R U!

  • At 3:30 PM , Anonymous miguel said...

    beele had done hard work i see good job =] a+ ya


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