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Differentiated,

Learner-Centered
Professional
Development
Welcome!
Housekeeping Items:
• Please help yourself to bottled water and various
“brain” snacks located on the table in the back of
the media center.
• If you need to use the restroom it is located in the
back righthand corner.
• Please join us in the chairs arranged in a circle to
begin the session.
Mission Statement:

The Moore Haven Elementary Induction Program will


support and retain new teachers by providing
ongoing, structured professional development based
on individual needs, strategic collaboration
opportunities with veteran teachers that develop
professional relationships that increase motivation,
confidence, self-worth, and feelings of inclusion.
Session Purpose:

The purpose of today’s session is to establish a


foundational understanding on which to build
upon in the areas of differentiated, learner-
centered teaching and the role of student
assessment in making data-based instructional
decisions.
Learning Objectives:

Teachers will be able to:

• Define Differentiated Instruction


• Identify learning styles to match learners’ needs.
• Identify and understand how the three areas of a learning experience
can be differentiated to meet the needs of diverse learners.
• Identify methods for differentiation of content, process, and product.
• Experience learning based on learner-centered principles and
differentiation implemented using a variety of instructional tools.
Time Schedule
Session A 8:00 – 9:30 am

Session B 10:00-11:00 am

Facilitator: Maria Copeland


Learning Objectives:

Teachers will be able to:

• Define Differentiated Instruction


• Identify learning styles to match learners’ needs.
• Identify and understand how the three areas of a learning experience
can be differentiated to meet the needs of diverse learners.
• Identify methods for differentiation of content, process, and product.
• Experience learning based on learner-centered principles and
differentiation implemented using a variety of instructional tools.
Goals for Improvement Plan

Goal 1: Students reading below grade level will increase their fluency and
decoding skills as determined by the beginning of year Corrective
Reading (CR) placement assessment.

By May 2020:

• Students in Decoding A reading 45 wpm or less will increase to 70 wpm with 95%
accuracy.
• Students in Decoding B1 reading 60 wpm with an accuracy rate of 92% will increase
to reading 90 wpm with an accuracy rate of 96%.
• Students in Decoding B2 reading 90 wpm with an accuracy rate of 96% will increase
to 120 wpm with an accuracy rate of 97% or greater.
References

Epstein, J. L. (2008). Improving family and community involvement in secondary schools. The Education Digest, 73(6), 9-12.

Florida Department of Education. (2019). FSA English Language Arts school level accessibility report: Moore Haven Elementary School−0051. Retrieved from

https://edstats.fldoe.org/SASWebReportStudio/gotoReportPage.do?pageNumber=3&tocOpen=open

Moore Haven Elementary School. (2019). Moore Haven Elementary 2018-19 school improvement plan. Retrieved from https://www.floridacims.org/districts/glades/schools/0051

Nye, C., Turner H., & Schwartz J. (2006). Approaches to parent involvement for improving the academic performance of elementary school age children. Campbell Systematic

Reviews 2006:4 DOI: 10.4073/csr.2006.4

Torgesen, J., Myers, D., Schirm, A., Stuart, E., Vartivarian, S., Mans eld, W., et al. (2006). National assessment of Title I interim report—Volume II: Closing the reading gap: First

year findings from a randomized trial of four reading interventions for striving readers. Retrieved from Institute of Education Sciences, U.S. Department of Education.

Retrieved from http://www. ed.gov/rschstat/eval/disadv/title1interimreport/index.html

U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, What Works Clearinghouse. (2016). Adolescent Literacy intervention report: READ 180®. Retrieved from

https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/Docs/InterventionReports/wwc_read180_112916.pdf

U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, What Works Clearinghouse. (2007). Beginning Reading intervention report: Corrective reading. Retrieved from

https://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/Docs/InterventionReports/WWC_Corrective_Reading_070207.pdf