Data do Curso:
18/01 e 20/01 das 18:30 as 20:30
Dr. Margy Jones-Carey
4 horas síncronas via zoom
Objetivos do curso:
Students enter classrooms with different abilities, learning styles, and personalities. Educators are mandated to see that all students have classrooms that allow them to reach their full potential.
Teachers are often unsure what strategies are the best ones to use with students. The course will explore the role of instructional and behavioral strategies to support the inclusion of students with differing abilities in your classroom.
Dr. Margaret Jones-Carey has been a public school educator for more than 35 years. She has held the titles of teacher, principal, coordinator of financial services, director of technology and curriculum, chief academic officer, executive director and assistant/associate superintendent. Dr. Jones-Carey served as an Assistant Professor and Program Director for the Educational Leadership Program at St. Bonaventure University for more than 3 years. Dr. Jones-Carey has presented internationally on topics such as 21 century learning, a pedagogy of possibilities: Literature and writing to seek justice and peace beyond the classroom walls, using teacher leaders to infuse global competence in schools and is currently working on developing professional learning opportunities for educators around students with differing abilities, intentional instruction and assessment: teacher pedagogical practices, culturally relevant pedagogy, teacher leadership and global competency. In addition, she has presented in several schools on using restorative practices and is a regular blog contributor on gettingsmart.com. Dr. Jones-Carey remains passionately committed to developing future teachers and leaders.