As education continues to change, so does our definition of differentiation. In this edWebinar, Madeline Ahearn, Curriculum Administrator in Eugene School District 4J in Oregon, explored how personalization has evolved in her district and how new innovative technologies have supported increased opportunities to personalize learning.
We cannot do it all. If your world feels like “death by paper cuts” as mandates and priorities pile up, this webinar is for you. This webinar presents the five (and only five) highest impact practices for the classroom. You will be surprised, and even relieved, with five areas of focus instead of 500. This webinar is especially valuable for teachers, administrators, department chairs and PLC teams.
For every teacher, it’s different, but you know who they are for you – the students who are “hard to teach.” They have been overlooked, underserved, or frustrated, and they’re not learning as they should. In this webinar, Doug Fisher presented a thoughtful and practical approach to achieving breakthrough success with linguistically and culturally diverse students who struggle in school.
Experience how two expert teachers helped develop, nurture and grow seeds of best CLRT practices with five years of action research. Learn how this work led to the creation and implementation of a statewide initiative that is transforming hundreds of educators throughout the state of Wisconsin.
One size does not fit all when it comes to student learning. This webinar, led by Shanna Peeples, 2015 National Teacher of the Year, is based on her experience as a teacher in Title I middle and high schools, as well as her work with refugee students, English language learners, and students in remedial classes.
This webinar has synthesized the research that supports Dr. Jalongo’s book, Literacy for All Young Learners, to identify over 60 different strategies that have evidence of effectiveness in supporting the literacy growth of young children. In addition, each strategy has been differentiated to accommodate young children at different levels of literacy learning.
In this webinar, “Cool Cat Teacher” Vicki Davis presented ways you can differentiate instruction in your K–12 classroom with technology. You’ll hear about integrating various types of technology—computers, smartphones, tablets, digital cameras, social media platforms, software applications, and the Internet—into daily classroom practices, as well as the management of a school.
How do you craft assessments that will give you the information you need to intervene with students exactly where they are? And how do you interpret those assessments once you have the results? In this webinar, Dr. Lee Ann Jung presented practical information on how to create assessments that yield the kind of information you need to know to differentiate instruction in your classroom.
Differentiated instruction is getting more attention these days as the education system shifts from a cookie-cutter classroom to a student-centered learning environment. This webinar discussed the importance of differentiated instruction and provided tips for implementation.
Differentiation is a necessary response to the changing demography of schools, to our deepening understanding of how students learn, and to the changing demands of society and the world at large. But the greatest obstacles to differentiation are outdated beliefs about “fairness”. As long as fairness is equated with sameness, teachers, students and parents will perceive variations in teaching and assessment as being unfair.