Creating Differentiated Classrooms
- You will learn what differentiation in the classroom means
- You will learn about student centered differentiation
- You will learn how to manage differentiation
- You will learn about data informed differentiation
If you’ve been in education for any amount of time I’m sure you’re familiar with the term differentiation. Simply put, differentiation is the art of taking a teaching concept and adjusting to suit a variety of student needs.
It sounds simple enough, but quality differentiation is no easy task especially considering that every classroom is filled with students that possess a huge range of abilities across all areas of learning.
Join Aaron Johnston from Mr J’s Learning Space as he takes you through a range of strategies to ensure the needs of all students are catered for every day, in every lesson.
NESA: 1.5.2, 3.1.2, 5.1.2 and 5.4.2
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: 1.5, 3.1, 5.1 and 5.4
This course contributes to 2.5 professional development hours.
Join Aaron Johnston at RTCON20 where he will be covering ‘Teaching strategies 101 for literacy and maths’.
Aaron will also be joining Bec West from Talking Chalk and Alice Vigors from Thinking Pathways on a special panel discussion during RTCON20.