This seminar leads teachers through a thoughtful discussion of what differentiation looks like in their school, team, classroom, and other places. The group will have a wide spectrum of experience with differentiation, providing everyone with the opportunity to learn more about differentiation and build upon what they already know.
In IC-4, participants learn to support teachers in planning differentiated instruction based on students’ needs and aligned to content standards. Topics include standards-based curriculum design, planning effective lessons, flexible grouping, associative framework, and much more.
Outcomes for Instructional Coaching 3: Analyzing Student Work to Inform Differentiated Instruction include using protocols for analyzing student work with individual teachers and small groups, and applying student performance data to differentiation.
Using Data to Inform Instruction expands on mentoring experience gained since Observing and Conferencing. Mentors use protocols for analyzing student work with beginning teachers, and incorporate relevant aspects of brain research to inform and transform instructional mentoring and teaching practice.
In Designing Effective Instruction, mentors use learning and experiences (from self and others) to inform future mentoring practice; use tools and protocols to support teachers as they plan assessment-driven differentiated instruction aligned to content standards, and apply strategies for providing meaningful feedback.
Apply for Scholarships to Symposium 2018
Apply for a scholarship to the 2018 New Teach Center Induction Symposium, February 11-13, to be held in San Francisco. DCNTP is offering two scholarships, which include airfare, hotel, and the symposium fee. The deadline is November 1, and winners will be announced by December 1. Download the application, complete and send to Shirley Smith at ... Read More »
Student learning increased by up to five months with NTC induction model
Released June, 2017 Students gain up to five months of additional learning when new teachers receive high-quality mentoring New Teacher Center’s Induction Model Proven to Increase Student Achievement, According to New U.S. Department of Education’s Investing in Innovation (i3) Results Click here for press release.
Kristin Murcott and the value of being mentored
You might think visiting the second-grade classroom of a second-year teacher in the middle of a science lesson—at the end of the day near the end of the school year, no less—would be a bit chaotic. But if you’re talking about Kristen Murcott of C.H. Bird Elementary in Sun Prairie, that would be wrong. Murcott, ... Read More »
Mentoring transformed Marc Heuer’s teaching practice
“Do you like helping Mr. Heuer with things like greeting visitors?” I asked the student who met me at the office of McFarland’s Indian Mound Middle School. Smiling to herself, she leaped into one big skip. “I love Mr. Heuer,” she said reverently and skipped again before opening the door to his classroom. Heuer’s class ... Read More »
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