CTE Teacher in Residence - Mark Miller - Differentiation and Technology – Mini Workshop 2 of 3

Central Institute of Technology

Event outline

It is with great excitement that the Centre for Training Excellence announces the returned visit of our Teacher in Residence – Mark Miller – specialist in Differentiated Instruction from Toronto. The Centre for Training Excellence (CTE) has requested Mark facilitate a series of workshops around the following themes:

  • Assessment as/ for Learning
  • Academic Leadership
  • Differentiation and Technology

As part of the above themes, mini workshops will be developed as contained conversations. If someone wishes to attend all the workshops, they will receive a more robust understanding of the concept and practical applications, but it is not a necessity. Each workshop is a stand-alone experience. Each workshop is constructed to allow the participant to reflect on their own practice and approach the topic through their own interpretation of the information provided.

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Mini Workshop # 2: Working with the 21st Century learner through an inquiry based approach.

Inquiry-based learning is an emerging approach to the classroom that has the possibility to profoundly impact the role of Education in the 21st Century.  Combine this with the strategy of students utilizing their own devices, and you have the makings of a strategic and dynamic classroom that meets the needs of all learners preparing for an unknown world.

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Prefer to talk to someone?
Please contact the Centre for Training Excellence on (08) 9427 1555.

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Provider information

Central offers around 400 nationally accredited training courses across a wide variety of training areas and is the primary deliverer of higher-level technical and professional qualifications within the State.