ONLINE: The Foundations of The Differentiated Classroom

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  • Tue, Feb 15, 2022 - Wed, Feb 16, 2022

  • Online Training

  • Online Training

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Course No.

#106966

Category

District: Professional Development (9431)

Classroom Hours

6

Non-Classroom
Hours

0

Component Numbers

2.100.037 Creating Engaging Classrooms Through Differentiate

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Start Date

Tue, Feb 15, 2022

End Date

Wed, Feb 16, 2022
Session Dates and Times

Registration Deadline

Sun, Feb 13, 2022

Withdrawal Deadline

Sun, Feb 13, 2022

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This 6hr training provides strategies for differentiated instruction in mixed ability classrooms. Open to all k-12 teachers, this training provides a variety of approaches are explored including flexible grouping, curriculum-based assessment, tiered lesson plans, and “low-prep” instructional strategies that can meet the needs of all learners across all ability levels. This workshop also focuses on the assessment of student learning and using the results to adjust instruction and learning. Teachers who attend this training leave with an array of practical strategies that they can differentiate and can apply immediately in any classroom.

Schedule

START DATE

START TIME

End TIME

02-15-2022

05:00PM

08:00PM

02-16-2022

05:00PM

08:00PM

Location Details


Online Training

Online Training

Additional Information


Substitute Provided No
Stipend Provided (Charter teachers) N/A
Stipend Provided (HCPS teachers) No
Stipend Provided (Private teachers) No
Does this training contribute to a teacher's meeting the criteria for Highly Qualified status? No
Evaluation Method - Students F-Other performance assessment
Evaluation Method - Staff A-Changes in classroom practice
Delivery Methods B-Electronic, Interactive
Follow-Up Methods P-Participant Product related to training (may include lesson plans, written reflection, audio/videotape, case study, samples of student work)