Differentiated Instruction: Aligning Assessment and Management of Your Intervention Block to Reflect a Science of Reading Classroom
At the very core of effective literacy instruction is the teacher’s knowledge and ability to determine each student’s strengths and weaknesses and to differentiate instruction accordingly. Join Dr. Julie Klingerman and discover some innovative
ways to approach the realities of creating targeted intervention groups—all the while handling classroom management like a pro! Participants can expect to gain:
Research-based information regarding the development of a comprehensive assessment plan.
Tips on using effective diagnostic tools to create small groups, based on specific needs of students.
Resources and practical ways to manage classroom centers during small-group instruction time.
Assessment and classroom-management tips that are essential parts of research-based and best practices offering benefits for years to come.
Julie Klingerman has worked in education for more than 34 years, in which she has been a classroom teacher, literacy coach, and reading specialist for primary and secondary students. She earned her doctorate in reading and literacy in 2016 and is an adjunct instructor of literacy for graduate students at Liberty University and Wilson College. Dr. Klingerman also is a national LETRS® (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) trainer and enthusiastic advocate for research-based professional development for all teachers.