CTE Teacher in Residence - Mark Miller - Differentiation and Technology – Three Mini Workshops
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.
Workshop Details: Differentiation and Technology – Three Mini Workshops
Mini Workshop # 1: Introduction to Differentiated Instruction – Tomlinson’s model:
How do I differentiate for process, product and content in my own learning environment?
Arguably the most common advocate of Differentiated Instruction is Carol Ann Tomlinson and her approach to meeting the needs of the individual learners in the classroom. Differentiation can take place either class-wide or on an individual basis. Participants will be exposed to Tomlinson’s overall framework, and specific instructional structures that allow both entry points to be explored. Combining technology with many of the structures presented in this workshop series, only multiplies the impact that differentiation can have on the student. The role of differentiation and technology will permeate all three workshops in this series.
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