Presenter: Jen Molitor
Core Area: Curricular Content Knowledge 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4; Instructional Planning and Strategies 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5; ODE Teacher Competency a, b; OAGC Differentiation
Grade Level: Elementary & Secondary
Hours: 1

Does differentiation overwhelm you? Differentiation is an important part of making sure that each of your student’s needs is being met. But you don’t need to create a unique lesson plan for every student in order to differentiate effectively. In this one-hour course, Jen Molitor will teach educators how to create choice boards that offer your students a variety of exercises and activities to complete for each lesson. Come and discover how choice boards can make differentiation easier.

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Differentiation is a vital part of creating lessons that help all students grow, but teachers can get overwhelmed when they think they have to create an individualized lesson plan for each student. Thankfully, there are strategies you can use to differentiate your classroom that require little time and effort. One of them is creating a choice board.

Educator Jen Molitor says that by using a choice board to offer your students a variety of exercises and activities to complete, you are helping differentiate your lessons in a way that benefits each student.

After completing this one-hour course, you’ll be able to:

  • Identify key components in the design and creation of a purposeful choice board
  • Determine the purpose of your choice board
  • Design and create a choice board that you can start using in your classroom today
ODE Teacher competency: a, b
NAGC Teacher Preparation Standard: 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5

Click here for a leader’s guide created by the Ohio Association for the Gifted and Talented.

Presenter Bio

Jen Molitor’s ability to instantly connect with educators, administrators, parents, and students has led her to be a sought-after speaker in both the field of gifted education and teacher leadership. With 17 years in education, she has experience in grades K-5 and now serves as a Gifted Intervention Specialist and Instructional Coach at Clinton-Massie Elementary, a small, rural school in Clarksville, Ohio. She has the amazing ability to shift perspective from the overwhelm of state mandates to the fire within you that keeps you going. She reminds you that you still have power in the classroom to teach from your heart, to teach with the talents you already possess, and to see the gifts every day brings. She’s on a mission to change the face of education, so that great teachers will stay in the field of education and become mentors to the up and coming teachers of a new generation. 

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145 reviews for Differentiation Delivered – Make Your Own Choice Boards

  1. Megan – MEDINA VALLEY ISD (verified owner)

    great…. very useful

  2. Lauren – WORTHINGTON CITY (verified owner)

    I thought there were several creative, interesting and practical ideas presented. The specifics are more geared toward the elementary grades, but I can see how this could work in my high school classroom as well.

  3. Linda – CARLISLE LOCAL (verified owner)

    Good – I teach 2nd grade. Lots of helpful ideas not only for 2nd grade, but others as well.

  4. Michelle – VAN WERT CITY (verified owner)

    Great ideas, easy to implement today!

  5. Jenny – DELAWARE CITY (verified owner)


  6. Lisa – WORTHINGTON CITY (verified owner)

    This course was helpful in giving ideas for enriching and extending student learning.

  7. Korey – MARION CITY (verified owner)

    I appreciated the purpose piece.


    3 stars

  9. Nancy – MARION CITY (verified owner)

    Informative beginning training about choice boards

  10. Jennifer – CHARDON LOCAL (verified owner)

    Great course with many examples.

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