DOE staffers visit literacy class

Dr. Beth Pendergraft hosted special guests for her Using Child Lit in Classroom course on April 24.

Laura Hooven and Stephanie Sanders, ELA Program Specialists from the Georgia Department of Education, presented a training session called “TKES: Standard 4 – Making Differentiation Work for You.”

Hooven and Sanders divided the class into small groups to complete modules that would allow them to evaluate their understanding of differentiation, and their ability to support each student’s learning by providing content and experiences that address individual learning differences.

The students worked on differentiating by content, process, product and learning environment, so that student needs are met.

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The Augusta University College of Education is committed to being a relevant, responsive, and respected institution with a keen focus toward high impact work in the community. Our faculty, students, and alumni are committed to improving lives and expanding opportunities through the comprehensive study and effective practice of education.