This workshop from Chamberlain International School explores the ways that the brain learns and discusses a variety of brain-based, research supported, “implement tomorrow” strategies that will help teachers reach all the learners in their classrooms including gifted, English language learners and students with special needs. The strategies and techniques in this workshop can be used to support international school differentiation and co-teaching /collaboration initiatives. If you want your teachers to realise increased achievement for their students, this programme is the first step!
Renowned author and speaker Susan Fitzell will present a wide-range of strategies that are simple, common sense, and effective. All strategies are based on solid educational theory and current research. Leave with successful strategies that differentiate instruction and motivate every student, especially those with special education needs and learning disabilities in the classroom. Gain proven, easy to implement, research-based techniques that make teaching more efficient by reducing the need to re-teach, motivating the hard to reach learner and promoting responsiveness to instruction.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This seminar will benefit teachers, administrators, coordinators and school leaders across grade levels and subject areas.
This event will be held in the Centre for Development, Learning and Technology at the International School of Amsterdam (ISA).
Chamberlain International School was opened in 1976 as the Frederic L. Chamberlain School. The concept behind the school was to create an environment that offered both educational excellence as well as support and guidance. It was an important goal to provide a feeling of family and caring. For more information on Chamberlain International School please visit http://www.chamberlainschool.org/.