THEME FOR 2024
Today's Techniques for Tomorrow's Triumphs:
Making Differentiation Doable
Unlock the Future of Education at the
6th D.I. Asia Summit!
In an ever-changing educational landscape, staying ahead isn't just an option—it's a necessity. That's why we're excited to invite you to the 6th edition of the D.I. Asia Summit, a beacon for forward-thinking educators. This year, we're not just online; we're bringing the future of education directly to you, in person!
Why Should You Attend?
Are you passionate about tailoring your teaching approach to meet the unique needs of each student? Do you aspire to create classrooms and schools where every learner not only thrives but excels? If your answer is yes, then the D.I. Asia Summit is your ideal conference.
Prepare for Excitement!
We'll be announcing one more speaker to our lineup shortly!
Education Rock Star Speakers That Will Blow
McTighe & Associates Consulting
Janelle's keynote will examine the critical aspects of differentiation that can make a profound impact on the academic, social, and emotional growth of students.
University of Melbourne
Dr Marian Mahat is an Associate Professor, Learning Environments at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She leads a sustained and impactful research on learning environments, with an emphasis on co-designing curriculum and pedagogy, teacher-led inquiry, and professional learning and development of teachers across different educational and learning environment contexts.
Jordan's presentation will delve into the critical components of comprehending special educational needs. He will place particular focus on areas such as communication, behavioral, physical, and intellectual disabilities, exploring their influence and implications within the classroom setting.
St Mary's College of California
Kathy Perez, our Conference Chairperson, will serve as the dynamic thread that ties together this extraordinary event.
University of Virginia
Tomlinson's teaching and research at UVA centered on curriculum, differentiated instruction, and formative assessment. Her goal has always been to do work that supports classroom teachers in extending the quality and impact of their work with academically, culturally, and linguistically diverse learners.
Erik will share with the participants how to plan and provide inquiry-based teaching and learning experiences driven by good questions that will activate, advance, assess, and augment learning for students.
James Madison University
In Eric’s keynote, he will explore the principles and beliefs that are foundational to a differentiated classroom, as well as practical strategies cultivate an invitational learning environment rooted in respect, understanding, and common values.
In his keynote address entitled “Bracing for Impact: Generative AI and Differentiated Instruction”, Jim will share insights, real-world examples, and practical strategies when considering when, why, where, and how to harness Generative AI (GenAI) to further Differentiated Instruction (D.I.).
Come Join Us at this in-person conference!
3-4 April 2024