Using Differentiation for Improved Instruction: A Look at Whole Group Instruction: No Fee for CKEC Member Districts; $35 for Non-Member Districts

Wednesday, June 15, 2016 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM

Presenter: Charlotte Arvin

Target Audience: General education teachers, instructional coaches

Description:  This session is designed for general education teachers.  Differentiation can be the key to improved student learning; it provides the opportunity to support struggling learners, as well as enrich advanced learners.  Participants will explore options for differentiating instruction to meet the challenges of academic standards.   This exploration will support the use of practical instructional strategies and resources during designing and implementing coherent instruction that will engage all learners in a small group or whole group instruction.   This training will provide examples from reading, math and behavior; it is NOT for a specific content.

*The resources for the morning and afternoon session will be the same; the content will be presented with a different focus.  Please register for the session that corresponds with your certification.


  1. Effectively use resources to plan for intentional differentiation
  2. Use differentiation to support increase student learning

PGES Connections: 1e, 2b,  3c

Location: CKEC Training Center