Differentiating for English Learners | December 4, 2023 | 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM CT
This workshop will share practical strategies for teachers to differentiate instruction, assignments and assessments for EL students. Explore examples of differentiation strategies used in a variety of subject areas and grade levels.
Through hands-on activities using authentic curriculum and student data, participants will gain experience in differentiating lessons based on their students’ English proficiency levels. The information and best practices gleaned from this workshop will help any classroom teacher or EL teacher improve their EL students’ ability to be successful in the mainstream classroom.
Rob Greenhaw serves our members by providing consultation to schools that are working to implement high-quality, comprehensive and collaborative educational programs for English Learners. Rob also conducts professional development workshops that focus on providing practical strategies to instruct and assess EL students at all levels and across content areas. Rob has 14 years educational experience in a variety of roles including Spanish, Elementary and EL teacher as well as EL Program Coordinator. Rob is passionate about working with teachers to help them feel confident in their ability to meet the needs of their English Learner students who he believes can not only meet grade-level standards, but exceed them.
For additional information about this event, please contact Tiffiny Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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If an event is cancelled due to inclement weather or low enrollment, a full refund will be issued.
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