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Differentiated Instruction: Continuing the Conversation – VIDEO

This webcast considers overall key messages related to differentiating instruction, as well as specific strategies proven to be successful in meeting the needs of many diverse learners. This webcast offers viewers a starting point for reflection, professional dialogue, and action.

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Effective Instruction in Reading Comprehension

The government of Ontario has made improvement in publicly-funded education the centrepiece of its mandate. This commitment begins with improved student learning and achievement in literacy and numeracy.

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Rethinking Classroom Assessment with Purpose in Mind

As learning becomes a priority for all students, assessment takes on many different and important roles. When assessment becomes a key component of learning, it can provide teachers and students with a window into what students understand and a mechanism for deciding what to do next.

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Special Feature Webcast: Culture and Pedagogy in Ontario French-Language Schools

The aménagement linguistique policy for Ontario’s French-language schools and francophone communities was established to better serve their specific needs and those of their educational institutions, taking into account their minority setting within the province.

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Successful Practices in the Education of Black Students

To make the most of this webcast, please download and print the viewing guide found to your right.
The Context for the Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat’s LNS focus on Equity of Outcomes.
The government of Ontario has made improvement in making publicly funded education the centerpiece of its mandate. This commitment begins with improved student learning and achievement in literacy and numeracy.

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Unlocking the Potential of Aboriginal Students

The government of Ontario has made improved student achievement in literacy and numeracy the centerpiece of its mandate. The first step in realizing this goal requires that every student in Ontario will reach their full potential in reading, writing and mathematics. By 2008, 75 percent of students will reach or exceed the provincial standard.

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