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Friday, October 14 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Keynote Workshop: A Tour of Some Instructional Strategies that Support Differentiation

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Meeting ID: 847 173 1308
Passcode: McKoy.17
A central principle of differentiation is meeting students where they are in readiness, interests, and/or approaches to learning to maximize student opportunity for growth.  After a brief look at a framework for thinking about and planning differentiated instruction, participants will have an opportunity to examine both some “low prep” and “high prep” instructional strategies that enable a teacher to address students’ varied learning needs as they work together to extend their competencies around common learning goals.  Examples will represent a range of grade levels and content areas—and be transferable to others.

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Stefanie McKoy

University Instructor / Student, University of Arkansas
Stefanie McKoy (M.Ed) is a Doctoral Academy Fellow and student in the University of Arkansas’ Curriculum and Instruction doctoral program. Her program of research comprises three interconnected lines: gifted education, teacher education, and digital ethnography. Stefanie has an... Read More →

Friday October 14, 2022 12:00pm - 1:00pm CDT