Every student has a unique learning style. Customizing the learning experience based on student needs is referred to as differentiated learning, and it is key to engaging students in high-quality active arts learning. Developing a differentiated learning curriculum requires educators to shape instruction in ways which support individual student learning styles, unique interests, levels of readiness, and past experiences. In this session, educators will learn the significance of, and challenges to, differentiation in the arts classroom, and explore how to apply instructional strategies that deepen the learning experience for each student.
NOTE: Registration for this Institute will open on March 6, 2020.