|Educational Development & Support Enrichment Series|
|Date: Apr. 9, 2014|
|Time: 4:15 - 6:15 p.m.|
140 South Gilbert Road
|Hosted by: College of Education|
Participants will receive a certificate for two professional development hours.
Judy Rex, EDS Specialist
Judy Rex's career as an educator began as a middle school teacher in southern California, followed by the pre-school level in Phoenix, Arizona. More recently, Judy has been employed by the Scottsdale School District, where she has taught and coached in multi-age K-8 classrooms for over twenty years. Additionally, she has been a district professional development facilitator specializing in differentiated curriculum, instructional strategies for diverse student populations, and positive classroom management. Judy has been the recipient of the Scottsdale Mayor's Council Award for the successful inclusion of special needs children in her general education classroom, as well as an award for District Teachers of the Year.
As a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development faculty, Judy has brought her classroom experience to consulting, coaching and presenting internationally for the past twelve years. Currently she works with districts, schools and teachers to support successful implementation of Differentiated Instruction, the Common Core State Standards and Curriculum Mapping.mmon Core State Standards and Curriculum Mapping.
Differentiated Instruction is much more than an educational "buzzword". It's the critical promise to our students that we will understand their learning needs, and use what we know about best practices of curriculum and instruction to address those needs. This workshop will address the "Top 10 Ways" to know if you are implementing high-quality differentiation in your classroom, as well as key elements which lead to increased student motivation and achievement!