CRTC2322 HITS#10 Differentiation for Casual Relief Teachers
Teachers should be constantly engaged in adjusting their teaching to create meaningful and engaging learning experiences for all students. This is frequently described as the need to 'differentiate teaching'. In this session the presenter will identify the three areas within a teacher's control where differentiation can be introduced - curriculum planning, your approach to classroom instruction (or teaching strategies) and the assessment tasks that you ask students to complete. Tomlinson describes this as Content, Process and Product. Of these three - it is classroom instruction or Process where a CRT has the most capcity to make changes - that will be the emphasis in the course.
- 3.3.2 Use teaching strategies
3.4.2 Select and use resources
Course Length: 5.5 hours
Presenter: Lori Pereira