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Engaging, Differentiated Grammar Lessons to Promote Student Success in Writing
APR 28 | 01:00pm-02:30pm (PT)
Kathy Glass—President of Glass Educational Consulting and author of Lesson Design for Differentiated Instruction—will explain how teaching grammar can be engaging and meaningful. The featured differentiated strategies and hands-on lessons can be adapted and applied to lessons in other content areas.
Infusing Culturally Responsive Instruction into Daily Teaching
MAY 5 | 01:00pm-02:30pm (PT)
In this webinar, Sharroky Hollie, Assistant Professor at California State University, Dominguez Hills, and Executive Director of the Center for Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning, will discuss instructional modifications that are culturally and linguistically responsive to all students' learning needs and that can make differences with students who are being underserved.
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Differentiated Tools and Strategies to Support RTI in Language Arts/Social Studies
In this archived SchoolsMovingUp webinar by Kathy Glass, learn strategies for differentiating instruction in grade 3-10 classrooms.
Traveling the Road to Differentiation in Staff Development
Staff developers can effectively assist teachers in teaching heterogeneously grouped, diverse student populations at a high level. Find out how in this Reading Room article by Carol Tomlinson, one of the key architects of differentiation.
In this archived webinar presentation by WestEd's Noelle Caskey, learn alternative ways of understanding the values and behavior of children and families from collaboratively oriented cultures.
Decreasing Discipline Referrals for African American Males in Middle School
Learn about a three-pronged approach to reduce the incidence of discipline referrals for African American boys in this Reading Room article co-authored by middle-school principal Earl W. Moore and education professor Vicky F. Ratchford.
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