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Foundations in Advanced Learner Education (TDAA Certificate Program)

  • Davis Center - TBD 1250 West Broadway Avenue Minneapolis, MN, 55411 United States (map)

Overview

Advanced learners need challenging learning experiences in their grade-level classes. But what does it actually mean to differentiate for such students? This process starts with three words: process, product, and content. In this day of professional learning, educators will learn the basics of designing challenging, differentiated learning experiences that are strongly grounded in the grade-level standards. Discover the prompts for depth and complexity, define critical thinking skills, and design differentiation using your everyday lessons to keep advanced learners challenged in your classroom.

Note-The Pre-requisite for this course is completion of Introduction to Talent Development in MPS.

To earn the MPS Certificate in Talent Development and Advanced Learner Education, this course is one of the required 30 hours of training in addition to the portfolio.

This course is a required pre-requisite for Tiering Lessons for Advanced Learners

Participants will:

  • Determine the relevance of process, content and product differentiation for advanced learners.
  • Differentiate content using the prompts of depth and complexity.
  • Determine the importance of developing complex thinking skills.
  • Help students develop scholarly traits.

Target audience

K-12 Teachers

Location

Davis Center - TBD

Registration Information

Register for the training on eCompass. Search course #80237 and section #112907.

Facilitators

Kelly McQuillan, Christina Ramsey

Questions

Email: Kelly.McQuillan@mpls.k12.mn.us


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