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This webinar will use Zoom. 

This webinar will run from 12:00 pm - 3:15 pm ET / 9:00 am - 12:15 pm PT on Saturday, May 16, 2020 for a total of 3 credit hours.

Tailoring instruction to meet the diverse needs of learners is difficult enough in a face-to-face environment, let alone in the digital world.  Ironically, remote learning often (inadvertently) shines a spotlight on the varying needs of our students and leaves teachers wondering if it’s possible to move all students forward while attending their different learning needs.  This interactive webinar will feature digital tools that can help teachers engage, support, and challenge diverse learners in an online setting. It will feature examples from real classrooms, modeling, and practice.  Participants will experiment with digital tools and “meet” with colleagues of like-teaching assignment to discuss how they might be adopted or adapted for students in both traditional and project-based learning environments. 


Participants will learn be able to use digital tools to:
  • Monitor student progress and check for understanding.
  • Provide targeted feedback in an efficient manner.
  • Motivate students through voice and choice
  • Maintain a healthy and collaborative online learning environment.


This seminar is applicable for K-12 teachers, administrators, instructional coaches, counselors, and other educators that support classroom instruction.



Kristina Doubet, PhD, is an award-winning professor in the College of Education at James Madison University where she works with preservice teachers to prepare them for careers in the classroom while partnering with experienced teachers to help them improve their practice. Her ten years of experience in her own classroom and eighteen years as a consultant and coach in others’ classrooms help her weave practicality into everything she does. She regularly partners with schools, districts, and organizations to implement initiatives in differentiated instruction, curriculum design (UBD), digital learning, and performance-based assessment. Along with numerous journal articles, book chapters, and professional digital pieces, she has published three books through ASCD -  Differentiation in Middle and High School, Differentiation in the Elementary Grades, and Designing Authentic Performance Tasks and Projects – as well as one book through Corwin - The Differentiated Flipped Classroom. Her current ventures include a new ASCD book on flexible grouping as well as research projects on integrated literacy instruction and innovative instructional practices for English Learners.