How do you differentiate instruction? Does the process take up a big chunk of your planning time? If you’re committed to differentiating instruction in your classroom this year, I hope you’ll join me for a free webinar this summer. It’s hosted by Capstone, and this 30-minute session will include tips you can try out right away.
Regular readers of the blog know that I’m a big fan of all things Capstone. I love PebbleGo and Connect, and you might remember my blog post featuring PebbleGo features students will love and how to create digital reading activities with Connect.
Today on the blog, I want to tell you about a new webinar I’m hosting for Capstone and extend an invitation for you to join us at this special event.
Save Time as You Differentiate Instruction
On August 30th at 4:00 PM CT, we’re tackling the topic of differentiation through the lens of time-saving tips. If you’re new to differentiated instruction, we’ll talk about what it entails. Then we’ll jump into quick strategies that can save you time throughout the school year.
Here is the official webinar description:
Energize your differentiated instruction routine while saving time this school year. With high-quality supplemental resources from Capstone, you can connect students with the perfect resources. Differentiate instruction while you spark student curiosity, link reading experiences to social studies and science goals, and ensure students have “just right” resources throughout the school year. Join Monica Burns, Ed.D. for five ways to save time as you differentiate instruction for your students.
If you’re unsure if you can make it, use this link to reserve a spot, and the team at Capstone will send you a replay.
Tips to Differentiate Instruction
During the webinar, we’ll look at five time-saving strategies that support your differentiation goals this year. On the list, you’ll hear one of my favorite strategies for figuring out what topics students are most interested in. And we’ll look at how to use that information to locate high-interest, leveled content quickly. You’ll also learn how to search for content that meets the independent and instructional needs of readers in your classroom.
Since this webinar is all about saving you time, it’s just 30 minutes long. We’ll carve out time for Q&A, too. That way, you can walk away from the event with actionable information that will save you time as you work to differentiate instruction this school year.