Join this research-fueled session to learn how leveraging targeted and embedded scaffolds as part of a differentiated instruction approach can dramatically accelerate language and literacy gains for ELLs at every stage of English acquisition.
edWeb.net is announcing Achieve3000, the leader in online differentiated instruction, as the sponsor of the free Differentiating Instruction with Educational Technology professional learning community (PLC) on edWeb. The edWeb PLC helps educators improve student learning by providing a free platform to collaborate on ideas for using technology to differentiate instruction and boost students’ readiness for college and career.
This webinar presents a research-supported scope and sequence for teaching young children concepts related to number sense. Join early childhood mathematics specialist Brian Mowry as he delivers practical tips.
K-12 educators explore ways to rework an existing performance task to show what all students with different learning styles can do.
This session will help K-12 educators learn different strategies with a focus on student engagement, literacy, creation, editing, and organization.
When technology integration is at its best, a student or a teacher does not stop to think that he or she is using a technology tool – it’s second nature. Students are more actively engaged in projects when technology tools are a seamless part of the learning process. “Cool Cat Teacher” Vicki Davis presented ways you can differentiate instruction in your K–12 classroom with technology.
How do you craft assessments that will give you the information you need to intervene with students exactly where they are? And how do you interpret those assessments once you have the results?
Differentiated instruction is getting more attention these days as the education system shifts from a cookie-cutter classroom to a student-centered learning environment. This webinar, held by edWeb.net community, The Digital Educator: Skills for Success, discussed the importance of differentiated instruction and provided tips for implementation.