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Wednesday, July 29 • 11:10am - 12:00pm
How to effectively support Lesson Differentiation and Modalities of Learning FILLING

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Most teachers understand the diverse needs of students within their classrooms but have difficulty providing the range of materials needed to consistently support their varying needs. Differentiated instruction is an approach to teaching and learning that can help to consistently support students on all levels. Its purpose is to maximize students’ growth and success by meeting students where they are (Huebner, 2010). Richardson provides further clarification by stating, “Students should not just be expected to fit into the curriculum and do well. The curriculum should be used as a guide to plan differentiated lessons for students” (2011). Although there are no definitive plans to follow when implementing differentiated instruction, it does require that teachers continuously assess students and adjust their instruction accordingly (The Center, 2009). In her book, The Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the Needs of All Learners, Tomlinson notes general guidelines for a differentiated classroom (1999)...


Richard Wiegand-Moss

PD Manager & Implementation Expert
Former 7 - 12 Social Studies' Teacher: JH + HS; PD Manager & Trainer on the WBA+ Software (currently owned by PHM's Alternative School; been working with Schools K-12, including SPED, for over 10 years.

Wednesday July 29, 2015 11:10am - 12:00pm
Room 151 151 Main Street

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