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Differentiation of Instruction Within Inclusion Classrooms

This professional development session will highlight how to differentiate K-12 lessons with appropriate goals, strategies, accommodations, materials, and assessments that guide instructional practice. This includes scaffolding and deliveries that value collaborative relationships, co-teachers' roles, peer support, multiple intelligences, discrete task analysis, cooperative learning, brain-based learning, technology, VAKT classrooms that highlight students' academic acumens and social-emotional skills while offering opportunities for whole class, small group, and individual instruction. Focus will be on literacy and numeracy skills across disciplines and grade levels. Explore real life applications with teacher-student connections that honor learner potentials within multi-tiered classrooms that help, but do not enable learners. Apply deliveries and assessments that differentiate lessons, yet honor the skills and potentials of diverse learners. Participants will gain knowledge and skills in: 1. challenging learners to increase academic skills within inclusive environments; 2. honoring and embracing the strengths and potential of learners who are taught in inclusive classrooms; 3. connecting the TEKS with real life applications; 4. collaborating and communicating with students, families and colleagues.

Important Session Information:
Presented by Toby J. Karten
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Session ID:
353732
Credits Available:
(6) CPE
(6) Contact Hours
In Person Seats Filled:
28 / 100
Fee:
$50.00
Contact Person:
Pam Desparrois
Instructor(s):
Pam Desparrois
Date Time Location
4/17/2018 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM Crossroads Fellowship
6901 Texas 191 Frontage, Odessa, 79762

Venue Type:
In Person


2811 Laforce Boulevard Midland,TX 79706