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Differentiating Lessons to Meet the Common Core

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The Common Core State Standards present a series of goals to help ensure the success of students, and differentiating lessons can be powerful way of helping all of your students meet these standards and goals. This webinar will showcase various methods, tools, and tips that teachers and staff can use to differentiate their teaching so students can learn differently, including Project-Based Learning, Flipped Classrooms, Constructivist Learning, and more. Join Brandon Morton as he shares Web 2.0 tools and resources that have a focus towards the Common Core, and discusses how teaching towards these standards can be differentiated throughout the school year.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Saturday, March 29, 2014 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Common Core, Differentiated Learning, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: CCSS, Common Core State Standards, constructivist learning, differentiation, project based learning

Reviews (46)

Full Member
Thank you for an informational webinar. I liked that you offered a plethora of resources. I really think Glogster is a site students would enjoy using. Screencast O-matic is a very simple tool for making videos and I agree cK-12 is an awesome resource for educators in math!
Full Member
WOW! Loved the resources. The best webinar yet. I can't wait to dive into some of those resources.
Basic Member
Excellent webinar and was well worth my time. Thank yo for all the resources.
Full Member
Great resources for PBL. Need to delve deeper into many of these for more hands-on as well as grasp the concepts to apply within the classroom.
Full Member
Thank you for the helpful methods and tips!
Lots of resources. I was able to write down some that was interesting to me.
Basic Member
Lots of resources to utilize in the classroom, but very quick overviews of each that requires teachers to research more. In-depth explanations of his favorites would be a helpful follow up.
Full Member
Brandon provided web based resources for project based learning, flipped classroom and constructivist learning. I learned about some features of web resources that I currently use that I didnít know about.
Full Member
Thanks for the information. More detail was needed at times.
Full Member
Thanks for the information Brandon. You shared a lot of resources in that span.
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