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Catering Experiential Learning to Unique Learner Needs

29 Nov 2020 8:59 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Session Description: Remote and hybrid instruction situations are presenting new challenges to educators today to achieve deeper student learning and engagement. We can use authentic, hands-on curricula and offer learners the chance to engage with a variety of tasks which can push them beyond their comfort zone. Done well, these types of experiences both account for and engage learners across the spectrum of interests, needs, and learning styles. In this session we will engage with tools and provide strategies for auditing curricular units, plans, and activities to ensure they account for the wide range of student talent and needs that you will encounter in your classrooms.  

Participant Expectations: If you have a particular lesson, activity, or tool that you are looking to work on adapting for a variety of learner profiles, please bring it to the session for the workshop component.

Intended audience: Frontline Educators, School and District Leaders, Youth Workers, and Program Managers 

Facilitated by: Dr. Elizabeth Micci, Managing Director, Teaching & Learning, Citizen Schools



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