Foundations of Teaching Series: Responsive and Equitable Instruction and Assessment to Support All Learners
The differentiated classroom suggests a shift in teacher stance that supports the intentional development of a responsive and equitable classroom that meets all students where they are at.
Support accessible and responsive learning for all students by considering:
- The values that inform a differentiated teacher stance.
- How to integrate these values into teaching practice and learning environment with students.
- The continuum of skills, knowledge and understanding that are developed in K-12 curricula.
- Assessment to inform planning for instruction that meets students where they are at.
- The development of a safe and supportive learning community.
- The role of co-constructing success criteria with students, conferencing with students, triangulation of evidence, feedback and feedforward, and teaching skills for independence.
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Registration Closing Date/Time: Tuesday, October 6, 2021 at 12:00 p.m.
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- Within two business days before event - Late
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