Putting Differentiation to Work in the Classroom

September 27 - 28, 2019


Facilitated by 

Carol Ann Tomlinson

Workshop Overview

This two-part workshop was designed to sharpen participants’ understanding of what constitutes effective differentiation and to support participants in creating a differentiated lesson plan for their own classrooms as a way of thinking about and applying key principles and practices of differentiation.

Mornings in the two-day session  focused on understanding principles and practices that lead to effective differentiation through direct instruction, video analysis, and small/whole group dialogue.


Afternoons provided participants guidance, support, and feedback for applying the ideas and skills from morning sessions to lesson plans they developed for use in their own classrooms.

Participating Schools

American International School
American Pacific International School Chiang Mai
American School in Japan
Amnuay Silpa School
Beijing City International School
Busan Foreign School
Chinese International School
Concordian International Schol
German Swiss International School Hong Kong
Hong Kong International School
International Christian School of Hong Kong
International Community School
International School Bangkok
International School of Nanshan Shenzhen
KIS International School
Kolej Tuanku Ja'afar, Malaysia
Lanna International Primary School
Lanna International School
NIST International School
Overseas School of Colombo, Sri Lanka
Pathways School Noida
Raffles American School Bangkok
Regent's International School Bangkok
Sekolah Pelita Harapan Kemang Village,South Jakarta, Indonesia
Seoul International School
Singapore International School of Bangkok
Singapore International School Thonburi
St. Andrews International School Bangkok (High School)
St. Joseph's Institution International
TH School Hanoi
The Alice Smith School
The Hillside Prep
The Mahindra United World College of India
Western Academy of Beijing