Time to Teach Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated Instruction

Time To Teach Differentiated Instruction (DI) is a consistent DI teaching method that helps teachers reach students who are unmotivated, unwilling, or unable to work. Using our nationally acclaimed strategies, you will help us teach other educators how to reach every student in the classroom – regardless of student profile. Your audience will be proficient and able to:

  • Gain tools for promoting positive feelings in the classroom
    • Explore ways to bring more of yourself into the classroom
    • Use movement to stimulate positive affect and deepen understanding
    • Learn fun strategies to ask for and respond to student feedback
  • Discover strategies for stimulating attention and interest
    • Keep students on their toes with a variety of randomization techniques
    • Lead students to deeper levels of understanding through specific questioning techniques
    • Rediscover storytelling as a way to draw students into learning
  • Design lessons that are high on the “meaningful and relevant” meter
    • Guide students to make personal connections to key concepts
    • Use a fresh approach to visual images to stimulate interest and engagement
    • Encourage input from everyone with brainstorming
  • Help students build confidence and self-efficacy
    • Prepare kids to respond on demand and under pressure
    • Learn safe, fun ways for students to show what they know

…and much more!

Reach students you’ve never reached before, facilitate deeper levels of understanding and learning, be better equipped to recognize and respond to individual needs and interests, collaborate with your colleagues to enhance your learning and teaching effectiveness and have more fun with your teaching!