Differentiation: Meeting the Needs for a Broad Range of Students
TPEP Criterion 1-6 & 8
- JoAnne Morrow
This professional development is entirely online!
While there is no quick and easy formula to completely address the complex issues of learner variance in the classroom, an in-depth analysis of proactive differentiation strategies will support educators who strive to provide varied approaches in content, process, and product while anticipating and responding to student differences in readiness, interest, and learning needs.
This workshop models interactive teaching strategies from Carol Ann Tomlinson’s newest edition of How to Differentiate Instruction in Academically Diverse Classrooms that clarifies differentiation, provides rationale for proactive choices, and offers concrete examples for educators that will expand their professional skill set. Through collaborative, engaged targeted learning strategies, participants will cultivate relationships with colleagues.
Through alignment of Principles of Effective Teaching to the State Frameworks, participants will increase their ability to demonstrate professional growth in New Teacher Evaluation and increase all their students’ abilities to produce viable evidence of learning.
Unlike previous Differentiation: Meeting the Needs for a Broad Range of Students classes, the Carol Ann Tomlinson’s newest edition of How to Differentiate Instruction in Academically Diverse Classrooms will not be provided to participates. The book is not required for this modified class.
This professional development will be conducted entirely on Zoom. Access to the Zoom link will be posted on the attendee page, viewable after registration is complete.
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Thu, April 16 2020 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Event # 103278
- 20 / 24
- Registration Ends
- Wednesday Apr 15, 2020 12:00 PM