Establishing the Differentiated Classroom

True differentiation is a hard-to-achieve goal for most educators. This workshop provides the steps to assist teachers in identifying student learning styles, attitudes, and interests.

True differentiation is a hard-to-achieve goal for most educators. This workshop provides the steps to assist teachers in identifying student learning styles, attitudes, and interests. It also explores methods, approaches and tools to create effective differentiation in the classroom. This workshop will provide the tools for teachers to help their students believe that learning involves effort, risk, and personal triumph. Student abilities and learning styles drive content, process, and product. Participants will explore how to differentiate the material that is taught (content), encourage critical thinking (process), and provide a variety of opportunities for students to demonstrate what they have learned (product).

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Curriculum Specialists
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