Differentiated Instruction for 21st Century Learning

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How can you meet the unique learning needs of every student and teach the skills they need for success in the 21st century?

Tuesday, October 30, 2007 at 1:00 PM PDT / 4:00 PM EDT

Every day, educators face classrooms filled with students who have unique learning styles and needs — ranging from ELL/ESL, special needs, reading above or below grade level and more. In addition, educators are also expected to prepare these same students for success in today's competitive global environment while teaching to state standards and core curriculum. It's a lot to juggle. In this session, Margie Johnson, Instructional Technology Specialist for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, and Dee Jae Arnett, Library Media Teacher from Sacramento City USD, will share their tips and strategies for successfully using online resources and instructional tools to differentiate instruction and to integrate 21st century skills development into teaching and learning.