Differentiation in Science

RRISD hosted Region 13 MS and HS Science Workshop

Differentiation in Science (MS and HS)

Curriculum can sometimes feel "one size fits all” when classrooms are not. One of the greatest challenges facing the classroom teacher is how to differentiate for a class that includes students of all abilities including English Language Learners, students that are classified as G/T, and students that receive special education services. This workshop provides strategies and resources to help teachers plan for the needs of all students. Teachers in the workshop will discuss and practice differentiation of content, process, and product in the science classroom.


Round Rock ISD will be hosting a Region 13 professional development open to all secondary science teachers in the district. This is a professional development opportunity focused on curriculum and instructional practices teachers can immediately use in the classroom. This workshop will engage teachers in learning about how to differentiate science instruction for all learners.


Secondary science would like to have at least one representative from each high school and middle school campus attend. Secondary science will pay for the substitute of the campus representative. All teachers at the campus are welcome to attend but the campus must cover any additional substitute costs.

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RRISD hosts Region 13: Differentiation in Science

Wednesday, Feb. 25th, 8:30am-3:30pm

7900 Pearson Ranch Rd

Austin, TX

Transportation West


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Limited Spots Available

Attendance is limited to 50 participants district wide. All campuses are guaranteed at least three spots. Additional spots will be assigned on a first come first serve basis.