Harness the power of two: differentiating instruction plus technology equals a better learning environment for our very diverse students. Join authors, educators, and tech enthusiasts Grace Smith, Ph.D. and Stephanie Throne, Ph.D. for a thought-provoking discussion about how you can use technology as a tool to differentiate instruction. They will offer a variety of practical strategies and user-friendly resources to accommodate a broad range of learning styles, abilities, and curriculum content to help kick-start your use of technology in differentiating instruction. This session is designed for K–8 teachers, district level technology coordinators, curriculum specialists and pre-service teachers.
Bio: Stephanie Throne received a PhD in Romance Languages and Literatures: Spanish from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. She has extensive experience in developing online educational materials and was the first instructor at her institution to offer online foreign language classes. She currently works as an author consultant and presents at many conferences, workshops, and webinars. In addition, Throne teaches Spanish, math, reading, and writing for various instructional and private organizations. Throne is the co-author of a forthcoming Spanish text and is an editor and proofreader for several publications.