Multi-level classes, early finishers & grouping strategies: RPG SF Bay Area

Some classes are officially “multi-level,” but most teachers agree that every class is a multi-level class.

How do you address students’ individual needs?  How do you support the lower-level students while continuing to challenge the early finishers? How does classroom set-up fit in to your strategy? How do you use pair- and group-work?

Bring ideas and questions to reflect together with peers.  And to get your juices flowing, take a look at this post by my colleague Zhenya in Ukraine, about Early Finishers.

Everyone is welcome.

Please RSVP:  linda@lmkoza.com (415)717-3568

Sunday, Jan 10     This topic has been rescheduled for February 7, 2016

6:30-7 Social & snacks (bring something small to share)

7-9       Workshop

Canal Alliance, 91 Larkspur Street, San Rafael (Upstairs in Bldg. 86)

Parking Info (attached) or sign up to carpool: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/sr936k

I hope to see you there.  And if you can’t come, stay tuned for a follow-up post about what we did and discovered.

 

2 Comments

  1. The topic looks great – hope the meeting is productive and looking forward to reading about the ideas in a (collective?) blog post? Happy New Year! 🙂

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