New module from the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council
Educators in today’s schools are called on to serve an increasingly diverse student body and ensure high levels of learning for all students, including those whose learning may be affected by the economic conditions in which they live; factors related to ethnicity, race, culture, language, and gender; and/or levels of ability and/or disability.
That’s why the Ohio Leadership Advisory Council created its latest module: Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners. The module focuses on the use of the Ohio 5-Step Process to design and deliver differentiated instruction and supports. The module presents research and case studies that help educators think differently about how to effectively meet the instructional needs of all children, regardless of their subgroup status or where in Ohio they attend school. Find compelling information about how a shift from a deficit-based model to an instructional approach that presumes the competence of all students can improve learning for all.
Educators can access this module for free on the council’s website at http://www.OhioLeadership.org. Simply create an account or log in to the online learning dashboard to get started.