Monday, April 4, 2022
4 pm Eastern
In this webinar, educational leaders will learn practical strategies they can employ to create a culture in which differentiation is not only encouraged, but celebrated. World-renowned differentiation expert Carol A. Tomlinson will share strategies and stories from her work with building and district administrators that will help participants understand more fully what it means to lead for effective differentiation. This webinar is being offered in conjunction with NHASCD.
This session will be recorded, and all registered participants will receive a link to the recording.
Carol A. Tomlinson, Ed.D., is William Clay Parrish, Jr. Professor Emeritus at the University of Virginia’s School of Education where she served as Chair of Educational Leadership, Foundations, and Policy, and Co-Director of the University’s Institutes on Academic Diversity. She is an Eduplanet21 PLUS Author of the Differentiation in the Classroom Institute.
Carol was a public school teacher for 21 years and Virginia’s Teacher of the Year in 1974. At UVa, she was named Outstanding Professor in 2004 and received an All-University Teaching Award in 2008. Her books on differentiation have been translated into 14 languages. Among those books is Assessment in a Differentiated Classroom: A Guide for Student Success, which she co-authored with Tonya R. Moon.
Eduplanet21 helps schools develop a meaningful and engaging curriculum by providing cutting-edge software that meets the ever-changing needs of education. Our comprehensive platform allows educators and leaders to impact student learning through Course Planning, Unit Planning, Lesson Planning, and Professional Learning. www.eduplanet21.com
New Hampshire ASCD (NHASCD) is the state affiliate of ASCD a global community that supports educators to promote the success of all students. NHASCD has been in existence since 1980. As the state’s premier professional learning organization for all educators, NHASCD addresses its mission through sponsoring a variety of outstanding conferences, publications, and special events as well as providing meaningful support for sustained online learning. www.nhascd.org