Differentiated instruction is one of the most challenging tasks for teachers because we want to ensure that we reach each of our students daily, but we also need to find the time to plan for that instruction. Join Reba Gordon Matthews as she shares how to implement the differentiated instruction elements introduced by Carol Ann Tomlinson in a simplified way using the time and strategy tools that are readily available in your learning space. You will also learn best practices to help your students perform to the best of their unique abilities based upon their readiness, interests, and learning profiles.
- Identify the teacher’s role in connecting the key pillars of differentiated instruction: content, process, and product.
- Recognize how students respond to their learning based upon readiness, interest, and learning profiles.
- Discover ways to use time and strategy tools within the learning space to assist with differentiating instruction.
Participants will have communication and collaboration and opportunities throughout the training to demonstrate their understanding of the workshop objectives and reflect on their learning.