Dynamic Differentiation: One Size Does Not Fit All!

Details

Teachers in mixed-ability classrooms face multiple challenges at every year level. Success for all students depends on the integration of multiple intelligences, cooperative learning and authentic assessment. This interactive session provides guidance for teachers and administrators who are interested in creating learning environments that address the diversity in the classroom and within their schools or districts. Strategies shared will address a variety of learning styles. Learn multiple approaches to content, process and product and how to blend whole-class, group and individual instruction. 

Objectives and Outcomes 

  • Examine the impact of developing and implementing instructional plans that relate individual learning styles of students to their achievement level 
  • Foster a strong sense of community with an emphasis on every student’s value and growth as a learner 
  • Engage in techniques designed to maximise the potential of low-achieving as well as advanced learners

Additional Information

SKU CONF2019DAF
Session Session 1 - 9:30am - 11:00am
Day Day 2
Strand Classroom Strategies

Teachers in mixed-ability classrooms face multiple challenges at every year level. Success for all students depends on the integration of multiple intelligences, cooperative learning and authentic assessment. This interactive session provides guidance for teachers and administrators who are interested in creating learning environments that address the diversity in the classroom and within their schools or districts. Strategies shared will address a variety of learning styles. Learn multiple approaches to content, process and product and how to blend whole-class, group and individual instruction. 

Objectives and Outcomes 

  • Examine the impact of developing and implementing instructional plans that relate individual learning styles of students to their achievement level 
  • Foster a strong sense of community with an emphasis on every student’s value and growth as a learner 
  • Engage in techniques designed to maximise the potential of low-achieving as well as advanced learners