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Differentiation for the Inclusive Classroom

Differentiation for the Inclusive Classroom
  • Defining Differentiation from a Global, European and National Context
  • Explore how to differentiate instruction
  • Explain the term Universal Design for Learning
  • Know what is meant by the term Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development (ZPD) theory
  • Understand what is meant by scaffolding
  • Explore the term metacognition
  • Understand Bloom’s Taxonomy classification system
  • Identify the benefits of ICT
Rose-Marie Flanagan is an administrative Principal at St. Anne’s School, Ennis, Co. Clare. She worked as a SENCO, special class teacher and mainstream class teacher at St. Joseph’s Secondary School, Tulla, Co. Clare. Rose-Marie also completed a five-year secondment as an Advisor with the NCSE and currently works as an Associate with the NCSE. She designs and delivers seminars in SEN at third level also. She has a graduate Diploma in SEN and a Masters of Education in the area of Special Education, both awarded from Mary Immaculate College. Her current interests are Inclusion Policy and Practice, Social and Emotional learning, Positive Behaviour Support and Assistive Technology.

Course Properties

Course date 09-09-2024 7:00 pm
End Date 09-09-2024 8:00 pm
Fee Free
Speaker Rose Marie Flanagan
Select Hours 1
Location Online