Educational differentiation: a CADRE21 training

The CADRE21 offers free training for teachers in Quebec and French-speaking schools in Canada on pedagogical differentiation. It will undoubtedly interest several people, in particular for distance education.

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The CADRE21 offers free training for teachers in Quebec and French-speaking schools in Canada on pedagogical differentiation. It will undoubtedly interest several people, in particular for distance education.

As a teacher, we want our teaching to allow our learners to be motivated and engaged in their learning throughout their school career. As education professionals, we are constantly on the lookout for ways and strategies that will allow each student to reach their full potential. Educational differentiation is an approach which combines several and which can achieve these objectives.

“Differentiation is not a bank of strategies, but rather a way of thinking about teaching and learning. "

- CAROL TOMLINSON (2016)

Training

Like the other CADRE21 training courses, Educational differentiation presents four (4) levels:

Explorer highlights the four axes of educational differentiation and its impact on teachers and students.

Architect is the opportunity to script a learning activity for your learners, including the principles of educational differentiation.

Virtuoso invites us to demonstrate how educational differentiation makes it possible to go further (in terms of learning) in several different contexts.

Innovator allows you to highlight that your practice shows a dynamism to want to differentiate in your classes and that you do the same in the help you provide to your colleagues in your professional environment.

Click here to see the training courses on the CADRE21 website.

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