Differentiation: Meeting the needs of Diverse Learners

Date: 18th – 19th January 2019

Workshop Leader

Tania LATTANZIO is an experienced international educator. Previously a teacher, coordinator, and manager with the International Baccalaureate, she is now Regional Director of Innovative Global Education. In this role she works as a consultant extensively in Asia Pacific and other parts of the world.

This role involves developing and conducting professional development for teachers and leadership, modelling pedagogy in classrooms, developing and designing curriculum for schools and working intensively with teaching teams, through mentoring and coaching, to improve planning, teaching and assessment.

A passionate educator Tania works closely with educational institutions to specifically meet their needs in supporting school reform, making significant shifts in pedagogy and curriculum in both local and international settings. Tania has cowritten a book “Taking the Complexity Out of Concepts,’ available through Hawker Brownlow Publishing in Australia. M Ed (Curriculum and Administration), Grad Dip (Librarianship), Dip Ed

Workshop Description

This workshop will explore the principles of differentiation. It will examine what differentiation is and provide strategies for implementing differentiation in the classroom. Many examples of differentiation will be explored and participants will have the opportunity to develop differentiation tasks as a part of the workshop.