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No applications for this program will be accepted after all vacancies have been filled. Unsuccessful applicants will have their monies refunded in full. Cancellation prior to two weeks before the program date (cut-off date) will incur a 15% service charge per applicant. This program will be payable in full for cancellations made on or after the cut-off date or for failure to attend the program. All cancellations must be in writing and emailed to us. In the event of insufficient applications this program will not proceed and registration monies be fully refunded. In the event of this program being cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances registration monies only will be refunded as Critical Agendas will not accept liability for the payment of any other associated costs. Critical Agendas reserves the right to vary the advertised programs prior to commencement.
Frictionless Differentiation in 2023
Differentiation is hard. Although most teachers recognise the importance of differentiated teaching and genuinely attempt to personalise the learning experience for each student in their classes, most also admit that they struggle to differentiate effectively. The most common roadblocks expressed by teachers are a lack of time in class to work with individuals, a lack of time outside the classroom for planning and the record-keeping that differentiation demands to keep track of individual students’ progress.
That is where the right educational technologies, used the right way, can make all the difference.
In this workshop, Andrew Douch will recommend practical differentiation strategies and tools that efficiently support their implementation. His emphasis is on apps and websites that are simple to use, available at little cost and which are time efficient – in some cases (believe it or not) even saving time!
Feedback from previous participants:
- “Have amazing ideas that can be implemented immediately.”
- “Lots of great tech ideas shared that are immediately transferable.”
- “I found Andrew’s session very inspiring. So many great ideas, demonstrated in a way which made it seem achievable for me to utilise in my classroom tomorrow. I think all teachers interested in innovation in the classroom would benefit from Andrew’s session.”