Learning Differences Online Professional Learning
This course targets classroom teachers but can apply to a wide range of educators including instructional coaches, principals and even parents of students who may have learning differences. The course introduces the idea of learner variability and then digs more deeply into three specific ways our learning differs: working memory, executive functioning skills and learning motivation.
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This brief highlights nine key lessons from the case study “Becoming Embedded In What We Do” The Implementation and Impact of the Learning Differences Program at Centennial Campus Magnet Middle School in Raleigh, North Carolina. In analyzing the data, the Friday Institute found nine key lessons from CCMMS Learning Differences program implementation that may help future schools and districts as they design their implementation strategies, namely:
Dr Mary Ann Wolf
Alex M. Dreier
Alison Benning Graham