Overview of differentiation as defined in High Impact Teaching Strategies

Overview of differentiation as defined in High Impact Teaching Strategies

Presenter: David Innes
This online workshop was recorded on 23 October and is is 1 hour in duration.

Click this link to view the recording:
Overview of differentiation as defined in High Impact Teaching Strategies

Course description: 

‘Differentiation’ is a term commonly used in education, but this course outlines what it means to the Victorian DET via its document High Impact Teaching Strategies. This session is heavily theoretical but it’s a good place to understand that the term means currently in Victorian education and how it might look in practice in our classrooms.

VIT PD registration requirements:
This on-demand redcording of the online workshop can be used towards VIT registration requirements. After watching the 1 hour recording, you will be able to click on links allowing you to generate a certificate addressing the below Standards.

Australian Professional Standards for Teachers addressed:

1.5.2 Develop teaching activities that incorporate differentiated strategies to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities
6.2.2 Participant in learning to update knowledge and practice targeted to professional needs and school and/or system priorities