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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.
Practical Differentiation Strategies for Busy Teachers
Supporting students who are struggling and extending those who are already experiencing success can be challenging in the hectic environment of the everyday classroom. This course explores fast and effective ways you can differentiate your curriculum so that you can meet every student at their personal point of need – without being overwhelmed by workload demands of offering this support. In this workshop you will:
- Discover how recent research about the science of learning and the brain can make differentiation easier.
- Investigate practical techniques for employing the four basic types of differentiation to support struggling students and extend gifted kids.
- Learn how to tailor your teaching to reduce off-task student behaviour and emotional outbursts and concentrate your efforts on teaching and learning
- Explore an inclusive whole class approach that minimises the number of individual differentiations you have to employ – and maximises the impact of those one-on-one interventions for the students who need the most support
You can purchase a copy of Glens latest book “Classroom Dynamics” by clicking on this link: