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Differentiated Leadership: Applying Differentiated Learning to PD
Wednesday, February 10, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST
Presented by Alan Tenreiro, 2016 NASSP National Principal of the Year and Principal of Cumberland High School; with Jessie Butash, Assistant Principal of Teaching and Learning at Cumberland High School
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When leaders are able to understand the workings of a differentiated environment, they are positioned to support their teachers to implement similar strategies in their classrooms. This webinar spoke to the importance of establishing a clear vision for teaching and learning, and addressed practical ways to differentiate professional learning to meet the varied needs of staff.
Alan Tenreiro, 2016 NASSP National Principal of the Year and Principal of Cumberland High School, and Jessie Butash, Assistant Principal of Teaching and Learning at Cumberland High School, explored this topic. Find out how you can apply differentiated learning to professional development at your school or district. Administrators, teachers and librarians working in middle and high schools are invited to view this webinar.
Alan Tenreiro comes from a family of educators and, growing up in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, this family instilled in him a belief that giving back to the community around you is of utmost importance. He enrolled at Rhode Island College and earned a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in educational administration. Alan spent seven years teaching social studies at his alma mater, Mount St. Charles Academy. In 2006, he was named assistant principal at Smithfield High School and then principal at Cumberland High School. Alan is the 2016 NASSP National Principal of the Year. Follow him on Twitter @AlanTenreiro.
Jessie Butash is an Assistant Principal of Teaching and Learning at Cumberland High School and a board member of the Rhode Island Instructional Leadership Academy, the professional development arm of RI Association of School Principals. Jessie has spent the majority of her sixteen years in education as a middle school teacher where she embraced technology to enhance her classroom. Follow her on Twitter @jessiebutash.
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