Presented by:

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Jacob Gourley

from T.F. South
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Lisa Bouler

from T.f. center for academics and technology
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The phrase "differentiated instruction" (DI) is not a new one in education, having been thrown around so much that it has nearly risen to the level of jargon. But, what does it really mean and what does it look like in the classroom? In this workshop, participants will learn that differentiated strategies are actually responsive teaching techniques that promote the growth of all student learners regardless of proficiency. In implementing DI, educators will learn to use ongoing assessment and flexible grouping to maximize learning by tightening and loosening content, product, and process. After an introduction and examples of the DI philosophy and strategies in practice, participants will have the opportunity to design their own differentiated lesson. Target Audience: All Staff

Date:
2019 September 25 - 14:15
Duration:
1 h 15 min
Room:
T.F. South Room 217
Conference:
September 25th - Systemic PD
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Requires Registration:
Yes (Registered: 28/28)

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  11. Increasing Opportunities for Student Voice
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