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Key Beliefs and Nonnegotiables of Differentiated Instruction – Session 3

Thursday, November 9, 2023 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST

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Presented by Eric Carbaugh, Ph.D., Faculty, ASCD

Sponsored by ASCD

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This interactive edWebinar explores the principles and beliefs that are foundational to a differentiated classroom, as well as practical strategies to support the needs of diverse learners. Specifically, by the end of this three-part series, viewers are able to:

  • Describe the key elements and structures of differentiated instruction
  • Analyze the difference between what differentiation is and is not
  • Explain the key beliefs and nonnegotiables that underlie the philosophy of differentiated instruction
  • Cultivate an invitational learning environment
  • Monitor student progress using ongoing assessment
  • Explore readiness-based differentiated strategies
  • Explore choice-based differentiated strategies

We use specific examples from The Achievery, a FREE digital learning platform designed to help connect students to a new world of digital learning through stories that spark curiosity and content that entertains and teaches. The platform features clips from some of the most popular, well-loved movies, TV shows, and cartoons from Warner Bros. and Cartoon Network, paired with lessons and learning activities that students can engage with wherever they are—at home, in the community, and in the classroom.

This edWebinar is of interest to K-12 teachers and school and district leaders.

Key Beliefs and Nonnegotiables of Differentiated Instruction – Session 1
Key Beliefs and Nonnegotiables of Differentiated Instruction – Session 2

About the Presenter

Eric Carbaugh, Ph.D. is a skilled educator with primary and secondary teaching experience; an award-winning, tenured university professor; and an effective and seasoned member of ASCD’s Differentiated Instruction Cadre and Understanding by Design® (UbD®). He is currently a full-time professor at James Madison University in the Department of Middle, Secondary, and Math Education where he teaches a variety of education classes across all content areas. A common thread among all his work is the relationship between the learning environment, curriculum, instruction, and assessment, and how educators can leverage each of these to better meet the needs of diverse learners. Dr. Carbaugh holds a Doctor of Philosophy in educational psychology from the University of Virginia, a master’s degree in education from the University of Mary Washington, and a Bachelor of Arts in government and economics from the University of Virginia.

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Thursday, November 9, 2023
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2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EST
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