Creating & Leading a Differentiated Classroom

October 15 - 16, 2016

Bangkok, Thailand

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Participating Schools

ABA - An IB World School

Academy of Singapore Teachers

Advanced Learning Schools

American International School Dhaka

American School of Bombay

Australian International School Malaysia

Bangkok International Preparatory and Secondary School

Brent International School Manila

British International School Phuket

Canadian International School Bangalore

Cebu international school

Cedar Girls' Secondary School

Changchun American International School

Concordian International School Thailand

Fairview International School

GEMS World Academy, Dubai

Hanoi International School

Harrow International School Hong Kong

Hong Kong International School

IGB International School

International Community School Bangkok

International School Bangkok

International School Manila

International School of Beijing

International School of Dongguan China

International School of Kuala Lumpur

International School of Penang, Uplands

International School of Tianjin

ISF Academy Hong Kong

Kodaikanal International School

Korea International School

KPIS International School

Lahore American School

Nexus International School, Singapore

Nishimachi International School

NIST International School

PTIS International School

Sekolah Pelita Harapan

Shanghai American School

Shanghai Community International School

Shanghai Singapore International School

Singapore International School of Bangkok

Singapore International School, Hong Kong

South Island School Hong Kong

Taipei American School

The American School of Bangkok

The KAUST School

Yangon International School

Yew Chung International School Shanghai

Zhuhai International School

 

 

Given below is a compilation of participants' response to the following query on the Workshop Evaluation Form:  

"Theory/Skills acquired from the workshop that you can use immediately"

 

  • R.A.F.T

  • Pre-assessment

  • Exit cards

  • Teaching up

  • Growth Mindset

  • Curriculum is the ingredient, I am the chef

  • KUD

  • CAI Process

  • Differentiated activities

  • The well-labeled name card

  • 5 elements working together

  • Resource list

  • Use formative assessment artfully

  • Tired lessons

  • KUD's clear articulation fundamental

  • Theory for teacher self-assessment

  • Frayer diagrams

  • Exit cards in the middle of class

  • Student preference cards for making quick groups

  • Some practical websites

  • Student led conferences

  • Add a differentiation box to our unit plan template

  • 'My favorite number' for mathematics

  • New framework to differentiate by learning style

  • Question stem starters

  • Tri-mind

  • Scaffolding

  • Use of questions by students to enhance learning

  • Specific ways to bring teachers on board

  • Leadership vision for whole school differentiation

  • Rewordify website

  • Lesson plan ideas

  • C.A.P

  • Unpacking standards

  • Readiness activity

  • Add personal questions which have nothing to do with content to improve interactions