Participants will learn techniques to meet students where they are and lead them to where they need to be. This FULL ONE DAY training will give you the tools to have more fun with your teaching as you reach students who may seem unreachable! We provide scheduling flexibility to best meet the unique needs of your staff, campus and school calendar. Take a look at our FULL DAY format.
Make the connection between differentiated instruction and student engagement and motivation
- Clarify your understanding of what differentiated instruction is and isn’t.
- Understand how multiple intelligences and learning modalities impact student engagement.
- Reach students you’ve never reached before!
Gain tools for promoting positive feelings in the classroom
- Explore ways to bring more of yourself into the classroom.
- Use unique methods to promote positive feelings and deepen understanding.
- Learn fun strategies to give and respond to student feedback.
Discover strategies for stimulating attention and interest
- Practice randomization techniques that will keep students engaged.
- Capture students’ attention with questioning techniques that will deepen their thinking.
- Rediscover storytelling as a way to energize content and engage learners.
Designing lessons that are highly “meaningful and relevant”.
- Guide students to make personal connections to skills and key concepts.
- Devise new and more effective ways to use brainstorming.
- Facilitate deeper levels of understanding and learning.
Help students build confidence and self-efficacy
- Prepare students to respond on demand and under pressure.
- Learn safe, fun ways for students to show what they know.
…and much more!
Be better equipped to recognize and respond to individual needs and interests!
Teachers will know...
...practical methods to build interest with students
...how to motivate the unmotivated
...how to use Storytelling for Project-Based Learning
...how to grab and keep student interest
...how to incorporate fun and divergent ways of learning
...how to develop critical thinking in the student’s approach to learning
...how this can be modified for all kids and communities
...how to become real to their students
...how to use human graphing to get immediate feedback from students
...how to quickly assess how effective their lesson is going