DIFFERENTIATION OF CURRICULUM
Who Should Attend
Teachers, Principals, Assistant Principals, Master Teachers, Academic Coaches, Deans and District Level Staff.
The differentiation of curriculum and instruction is essential to meeting the diverse learning needs of students in the classroom. Differentiation entails understanding how to adapt the content, process, and product of the curriculum so that all students achieve mastery of essential learning.
This course will focus on planning, implementing, and assessing a differentiated curriculum. Topics to be discussed will include:
To provide school staff with the tools to differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learners.
About the Presenter
Mr. Stetkevich has over 35 years of experience in education. He has taught at the elementary and secondary levels in both general education and special education. His previous positions include: mentor teacher, beginning teacher support provider, site administrator, adjunct professor of education, program specialist, and staff development specialist. Mr. Stetkevich currently works as a staff development specialist (K-12) for the Riverside Unified School District in Riverside, California. He has a passion for working with diverse learners and has presented on this subject at various national and international conferences, including the British Dyslexia Association and the European Literacy Conference.
Hours of Instruction
This course consists of two sessions of 7 hours of instruction each day.
Date, Time and Location
Wednesday, June 6 - Thursday, June 7
Check In/Registration: 8:00 am
Total School Solutions
Fees and Cancellation
Cancellations received by May 22, 2018 will be subject to a $50 fee.
Method of Payment
Make check payable to: Total School Solutions
Please bring along a laptop computer or another Internet ready device.
For further information, please email Susan Lendway.