21st Century Classroom Profile

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21st Century Classroom Profile by Mind Map: 21st Century Classroom Profile

1. Universal Design for Learning

1.1. multiple means of representation

1.1.1. visual

1.1.2. audio

1.1.3. text

1.1.4. hands on learning (manipulatives)

1.2. engagement

1.2.1. allow for choice

1.2.2. give relevant examples

1.2.3. allow for collaboration

1.3. action and expression

1.3.1. access to tools and technology

1.3.2. multiple means of expression

1.3.3. allow for goal setting

2. Growth Mindset

2.1. promote a learning culture

2.1.1. this includes a positive outlook on math

2.2. a can do attitude

2.3. promote learning from mistakes

2.4. allow for discussions

3. Classroom Environment

3.1. plan seating charts effectively

3.1.1. change throughout the year

3.2. develop classroom rules with students

3.2.1. hold students accountable to these

3.3. promote collaboration

3.3.1. planned groups and allow for some choice in groups

3.4. promote curiosity and asking questions

3.4.1. ensure students always feel comfortable asking questions and provide multiple chances to do so

3.5. classroom meetings

3.5.1. open and mediated discussions

3.6. strong classroom routines

3.6.1. posting daily schedules for students

3.7. provide frequent positive feedback

3.8. offer flexible seating

4. English Language Learners

4.1. provide visual prompts

4.2. allow use of manipulatives

4.3. provide extra time


5.1. chunking material into smaller sections

5.1.1. segment assignments

5.2. tactile use of manipulatives

5.3. using math in DPA

5.4. providing collaborative opportunities

5.5. increase interactive lessons

6. ASD

6.1. connect mathematical concepts to specific interests

6.2. connect with visual and verbal representation

6.3. use lists

7. Gifted

7.1. have additional work prepared for students

7.2. provide more challenging work

7.3. allow time to explore interests

7.4. give teaching opportunities

8. Non Verbal

8.1. use of visual cues

8.2. allowing use of technology, such as ipads/chromebooks to complete assignments

8.3. speak slowly when giving instructions

8.4. use mind maps

9. Learning Disabilities

9.1. provide modifications to allow for scaffolding previous knowledge

9.2. provide extra time

9.3. encourage collaboration with other students

9.3.1. build confidence in working with peers

9.3.2. allows for learning and teaching opportunities of all students

9.4. provide multiple strategies

9.4.1. allow students to explore own strategies

9.5. provide scribing if necessary

9.6. use of technology and manipulatives

10. All students can benefit from UDL and a Growth mindset within the classroom. Setting up a positive classroom environment will also help when it comes to math and collaboration between students. Being able to integrate technologies into the classroom that aid with math also encourage students

11. differentiated instruction

11.1. create tiered lessons

11.2. group students based on knowledge

11.3. include hands on work

11.4. provide safe and supportive classroom environment

11.5. provide multiple means of representations within a lesson

11.5.1. text

11.5.2. visual

11.5.3. audio

11.5.4. hands on