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Differentiate Your Elementary Classroom by Integrating STEM in Various Content Areas

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Have you been searching for ways to help differentiate instruction within your elementary-level classroom? One way of doing so is by integrating STEM instruction. When you incorporate STEM as an instructional strategy into various content areas of your regular classroom instruction, differentiation effortlessly occurs. Join Dr. Katie Thompson as she shares how using this instructional strategy naturally differentiates to students' needs and ability levels. She will discuss strategies you can use that put students in charge of their learning and will provide a list of natural differentiation tools that you can use with STEM instruction. Come discover how using STEM can help you increase student engagement and learning while differentiating your instruction in a variety of content areas.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Tuesday, February 17, 2015 @ 5:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Differentiation & Personalization, Learning Theories & Strategies, STEAM
Tags: differentiated learning, differentiation, elementary, pre-K - grade 5, STEM

Reviews (32)

Full Member
Well done.
Nice work
Full Member
Thank you for sharing.
Full Member
Thank you!
Basic Member
Creating STEM lessons has always been a big learning curve for me, so this information was super helpful. Thank you!
Full Member
Great STEM information.
Thank you for the differentiation tools that you can use with STEM instruction. Nice webinar.
Full Member
Good information
Useful ideas to differentiate with STEM. Need more time to review. Thank you.
A lot of information was shared. It was helpful seeing what differentiated instruction is and is not and the active verbs for innovation, knowledge, and teamwork. Fast paced webinar. I would have liked more time for viewing the screens.
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