Location: Kentucky Museum, 1444 Kentucky Street Bowling Green, KY
Time: All Day
The Kentucky Museum is pleased to host Salient Features: Trees of Old Forests and Woodland Pastures, an exhibit featuring the work of artist Charles Brindley. For more information, visithttps://www.wku.edu/kentuckymuseum/
Educators know the importance of matching the learning to the student, but not all understand how to make that happen in their classrooms or schools. Others do understand and already apply differentiated instruction, but they are ready for the next level. Presenters Julia Roberts and Tracy Inman specialize in differentiating to meet the needs of all students, including those with gifts and talents. Participants will self-assess to select the workshop best fitting their needs.
Participants new to differentiation may attend the beginning workshop. Each attendee will receive a copy of the award-winning Strategies for Differentiating Instruction: Best Practices for the Classroom (3rded.) and will explore establishing a culture conducive to differentiation, the use of assessment in differentiation, differentiation strategies, and more.
For those ready for a more advanced approach, the experienced workshop will guide them in the differentiation of products and the use of a protocol that simplifies the differentiation process and removes the learning ceiling for students. Each participant will receive a copy of Assessing Differentiated Student Products: A Protocol for Development and Evaluation (2nd ed.). Additional teaching strategies will also be shared.
Cost to attend is $110, which includes the cost of a book. EILA Credit is available.
Dr. Todd Cheever will present WKU’s 2018 L.Y. Lancaster-Hugh Puckett Lecture at 6 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Ogden College Hall Auditorium.
In “An Amazing Adventure,” Dr. Cheever will discuss his background, his work as a physician, his international service trips and his role as associate dean of the UK College of Medicine-Bowling Green Campus.
Dr. Cheever graduated from WKU in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in biology. He earned his M.D. at University of Kentucky in 1991. Dr. Cheever completed a residency in adult psychiatry and joined the faculty in the Psychiatry Department as an associate professor. He has trained students for more than 20 years and served as associate dean of Student Affairs at the medical school. In 2017, he was named associate dean of the UK College of Medicine-Bowling Green Campus.
A reception will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Ogden College Hall first floor lobby. The event is sponsored by Ogden College of Science and Engineering, Health Professions Advising Office and the Lancaster-Puckett Lecture Society.