Differentiated Instruction and Assessment 2.0, Designing for personalised learning for all students

Workshop Overview

This workshop is designed to boost and elevate the educators skills end effectiveness when it comes to authentically implementing differentiation practices in their individual classroom contexts.

Participants will critically reflect on their current pedagogical foundations and strategies and be given a set of tools that will allow them to further personalise and maximise levels of challenge, relevancy, engagements and significance of the engagements and assessment they design for their learners. Participants will also reflect on their current pedagogical strengths and be given individual guidance on further developing their teaching repertoire and craft.

The workshop will build on the four fundamental components of differentiated instruction: content, process (instructional strategies & assessment), product (modes of expression) and learning environment and add a scaffolding of tools, methods and strategies for each of those pillars.

By completing this workshop, educators will:

  • Understand the key elements of differentiated instruction
  • Be able to expertly design differentiated instruction, processes and environments
  • Be able to confidently and comfortably differentiate instruction based on students’ prior knowledge, interests, and learning needs
  • Be able to understand, design and apply differentiated assessment



Fees:

INR 11,210

(Incl GST)

Date:

10th, 11th and 12th April 2024

Time:

5:00 pm to 7:30 pm IST

Online

Facilitator:

Aga Chojnacka

Aga is a leader of learning, maker, play advocate, and SDGs goalkeeper. She holds a B.A in Teaching English to Young Learners and a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics – Teaching and Translation. In her life and work, Aga is driven by values of courage and kindness. Throughout her professional life, she has worked across Europe and Asia as a PYP Teacher, curriculum director and coordinator, professional learning coach, makerspace facilitator, IB workshop leader, and consultant.

Aga’s professional expertise and inquiry focus on building culturally responsive communities, life-long learning, agency by design, play as a way of knowing and the environment as the 3rd teacher.