Students bring different levels of knowledge and experience to the classroom, which can impact the focus of your teaching. In Differentiated STEM Integration for the Classroom – Strategies for Compacting, Carolyn Coil breaks down the concept of curriculum compacting, an important strategy that supports gifted and high potential students. Learn how to discover and record what each student knows before you teach it, to allow more time for addressing areas that are new.
This course covers:
- Curriculum compacting
- Compacting forms for students
- Compacting alternative activities
- Compactor assessment
Carolyn Coil is an internationally known speaker, author, trainer, consultant, and educator. In her workshops, professional development courses, seminars and keynotes, she is an enthusiastic, motivating and energetic presenter. An Adjunct Professor and Resource Specialist, Carolyn offers single and multiple-day staff development on RTI progress monitoring strategies, implementing differentiation in the classroom, practical strategies for raising student achievement, developing critical and creative thinking, motivating underachievers, gifted education, implementing a variety of assessment strategies, and dealing with the problems and challenges associated with preparing ourselves and our children for living and working in the 21st Century.
Nancy – LAREDO ISD (verified owner) –
Christi – CONROE ISD (verified owner) –
Very helpful in how to handle what to do with students that have compacted out.
Alisha – Private Pay (verified owner) –
This course gave a some great strategies for getting started with compacting. Most of the examples were math based.
Amanda – MIDWAY ISD – WOODWAY (verified owner) –
This course really helped me better understand what compacting is and how to implement it in my classroom. I plan to use the strategies that I learned.
Jennifer – ECTOR COUNTY ISD (verified owner) –
Great Information and quiz questions.