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Differentiation in your Classroom (Tokoroa)
28 June 2011
9.00am - 3.00pm
Amisfield School, Moffat Road, Tokoroa
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Students’ learning styles are as unique as their personalities. As a result, the most successful teachers are often those who understand how to adjust their educational techniques to meet the needs of students of all intelligences, learning styles and backgrounds.
This day, suitable for educators of all levels (primary to secondary) will investigate the following:
The differentiation framework:
Participants will learn how to use a three-step differentiation method to: set clear learning goals; utilize their own strengths; and meet the needs of the student whose style is opposite their own. By doing so, they can meet the needs of every child.
Key differentiation strategies:
Participants will be introduced to several key strategies that meet the informational needs of students with different learning styles, providing access to academic rigor for all students.
Motivating all students:
Participants will learn about the factors that motivate students with different personality preference and how to differentiate instruction to accommodate these factors.
Assessing for Learning:
Participants will learn how to develop “learning progressions” of the knowledge and skills students need to master a standard, and assessments other than written tests that can be used to track student progress toward standards.
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The course fee includes a copy of Jane’s book ‘Differentiation through personality types’ (usually $50) which will be referred to throughout the day. Click
to download chapter 2 of this book FREE!
The course fee excludes GST.
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