Keynote Session 6 Ways to Wake Up The Brain That Trump Traditional Teaching
Say goodbye to boring, traditional teaching and adopt fresh, new ways to wake up your student’ brains and increase retention. Melissa introduces six innovative strategies you can use tomorrow. Planning multiple ways to differentiate your instruction to address engagement, representation, action and expression in your room just got easier!
Flexible Grouping: The How, Why and What
Learn exactly what flexible grouping is and how to make it work in your classroom. Examine how to flexibly group students in multiple ways for a variety of purposes, including differentiating your instruction. Find out how to maximize student potential through selective grouping. You’ll participate in a variety of grouping methods that you can easily incorporate into your classroom immediately.
Examine the research behind flexible grouping.
Understand which grouping method to use based on your desired outcome.
Participate in a variety of easy-to-implement grouping patterns that could be incorporated daily to ensure that your grouping doesn’t become permanent, and thus ineffective.
Continuous and Ongoing Assessment in the Differentiated Classroom
Differentiated Instruction: Principles and Perspectives
Effective Lesson Planning for Differentiation
Management Strategies for Successful Differentiation
Student Engagement and Choice in the Classroom
Organizing Classrooms for Maximizing Student Success
Creating Supportive Learning Environments for Differentiation
Using Formative Assessment Techniques to Differentiate