Differentiating Teaching and Practice for Middle and High Schools

Grade Levels: 6-12

What does differentiation look like in middle and high school? These evidence-based, proven-effective suggestions help decrease behavioral problems by increasing student collaboration and comprehension. The student-centered techniques help teachers manage environments and improve instructional effectiveness in all content areas.

Differentiating Teaching and Practice for Middle and High Schools

Objectives:

  • Use step-by-step practical suggestions for implementing differentiating instruction at any grade level
  • Develop predictable routines and procedures that help manage the environment and student behaviors
  • Use practical management suggestions for differentiating teaching and learning using whole class and small group, teacher-led explicit instruction, and workstations for collaborative or independent practice

RttT/SIG Assurances covered:

  • Great Teachers and Leaders

Audience: Administrators, Support Staff, Teachers, Paraprofessionals

Number of Participants: 1

Delivery Method: Online

Time: 4-6 hours