Differentiated Instruction with Gayle Gregory "One Size Doesn't Fit All"
Friday, June 21, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Learning Disabilities Association of Kentucky presents:
Differentiated Instruction: One Size Doesn't Fit All
Friday June 21, 2013
9:00am – 4:00pm
Paroquet Springs Conference Center
(Exit 117 off I-65)
SIX HOURS OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT, INCLUDING EILA, ARE BEING OFFERED FOR THIS EVENT!
Gayle Gregory is an internationally known consultant who has specialized in brain compatible learning and differentiated instruction and assessment. She has worked with Instructional Leadership Teams in many schools and district throughout the country focusing on differentiating instruction based on readiness, using assessment, both formative and summative, and data analysis, learning profiles and interests She presents practical teacher/student-friendly strategies grounded in sound research that educators find easy to use in the classroom or schoolhouse tomorrow. Her interactive style and modeling of strategies help teachers and administrators transfer new ideas with ease.
She has had extensive experience in elementary, middle and secondary schools, community colleges and universities. Her areas of expertise include brain-compatible learning, block scheduling, emotional
intelligence, instructional and assessment practices, differentiated instructional strategies, using data to differentiate, literacy, presentation skills, renewal of secondary schools, enhancing teacher quality, coaching and mentoring, managing change and building professional learning communities. Gayle is affiliated with many organizations, such as the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and the National Staff Development Council. Gayle now consults internationally with teachers, administrators, and staff developers in the areas of brain-compatible learning, block scheduling, emotional intelligence, instructional and assessment practices, collaborative learning, presentation skills, renewal of secondary schools, enhancing teacher quality, coaching and mentoring, and managing change.
Her many books on differentiated instruction include Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades K–6 , Differentiated Literacy Strategies for Student Growth and Achievement in Grades 7–12 , Differentiating Instruction With Style, Data Driven Differentiation in the Standards-Based Classroom, and Differentiated Instructional Strategies: One Size Doesn't Fit All, Second Edition. Additionally, she has written Differentiated Instructional Strategies in Practice: Training, Implementation and Supervision, Second Edition; Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Science, Grades K–8; and a series of nine workbooks for grades kindergarten through six entitled Activities for the Differentiated Classroom: Kindergarten, etc. Gregory is also a featured presenter in a video on Differentiating Instruction to Meet the Needs of All Students (2002).
We look forward to seeing everyone for this extraordinary event!
When & Where
Learning Disabilities Association of Kentucky
The Learning Disabilities Association of Kentucky, Inc.(LDA) is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization that has been in existence for over 45 years. It was established in 1966 and has had a charter under four different names. The current name has been in effect since 1990.
The organization was originally brought about to provide counseling and support for families that needed advice about their children’s different learning styles. Our extensive lending library and a video/audio rental service has been the standard for information in this area for years. However, the advent of the information age has made it so that LDA has had to branch out into tutoring and seminars in order to maintain service and visibility for this area. However, we still maintain a large inventory of materials on learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, dyslexia and related subjects.
LDA provides many of its services at no charge to families, children, adults, and professionals who work with learning differences, such as attention deficit disorder and hyperactivity. It provides educational programs and services such as monthly support groups, self-esteem training, and academic enrichment programs. LDA has a lending library, information on learning differences, and video rental. LDA also offers Professional Development Seminars . It is an affiliate of LDA of America.
The mission of LDA is to bring individuals together and work to improve conditions for those with learning differences, to share knowledge, disseminate information, provide programs, and seek to affect policies related to learning differences.
LDA maintains a large inventory of materials on learning disabilities, including a lending library and a video/audio rental service. In addition, information on our website and support groups are available.