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Wednesday, June 6 • 10:45am - 11:40am
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Differentiation is an invaluable tool necessary to reach each of your students. It is the act of catering your lessons to different learning styles and allowing all types of students to excel in different ways. Differentiating the curriculum grants teachers the opportunity to be creative with their lessons and in turn facilitates more creativity within the students. Just as this practice allows your lessons to take many forms, differentiation itself can be employed in various ways. This research focuses on differentiation through technology, specifically through the use of 1:1 Technology. Educational technology is in a state of consistent growth, and as educators, it is vital that we are able to grow alongside it. 1:1 Technology provides the perfect avenue to allow both teachers and students to utilize technology in the most efficient way possible. From presenting slideshows, to creating online comic strips, to flipped classrooms, differentiation through the 1:1 technology promotes a dynamic and creative learning environment.

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Stephen Dylan Campbell

Educator, Lake Hamilton School
Dylan is currently a 7th grade Science teacher at Lake Hamilton Middle School (Hot Springs Ar). Prior to working at Lake Hamilton, he taught Chemistry at Robinson High School near Waco, Texas.He holds a BS in Chemistry and an MSE in Ed Leadership from Henderson State University. Additionally... Read More →

Garrett Gray

Teacher, Robinson High School (Waco)

Wednesday June 6, 2018 10:45am - 11:40am

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