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iNACOL Teacher of the Year: From Classroom to Workshop – A Practical Guide to Differentiating, Individualizing and Personalizing Instruction
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Teachers across the country are shifting toward powerful, personalized learning models, where each student’s unique needs are addressed and every student has access to a world-class education that ensures future success. Shifting toward highly personalized designs has profound implications for the ways in which teachers educate students. Join this webinar to hear from Rachael Moola, iNACOL Teacher of the Year, on how she has shifted her pedagogical strategies to effectively support each student along his/her pathway toward success.
Rachael Moola, a seventh grade teacher from East Pennsboro Area Middle School (PA), was honored as the 2017 iNACOL Teacher of the Year at the iNACOL Symposium, held in Orlando, Florida. This award is given annually to a K-12 educator whose efforts as a personalized learning teacher exemplify to the highest degree their commitment to student success, knowledge and skill as a professional educator, and dedication to his or her students.
View this archived webinar for a first-hand glimpse into an innovative classroom. Rachael will share the model, instructional planning and implementation philosophies she has used, as well as advice for anticipating and overcoming hurdles in the shift towards personalizing learning. This presentation will leave you with strategies to implement tomorrow to better meet the need of individual learners.
- Rachael Moola, 7th Grade English Language Arts Teacher, East Pennsboro Area Middle School