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Tuesday, January 25 • 10:00 - 10:45
(On-demand session released) Meeting Youth Where They Are: Differentiated Learning Pathways

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Youth can be found at various stages of the learning process throughout their educational journey. Holistically, differentiated instruction and experiences can help ensure all students thrive by accounting for each student's individual comprehension, meeting all students where they are without isolating them. Various methods for early career exploration can also be pivotal in helping youth learn in a practical manner.

Learning Outcomes:
  • Develop shared understanding of importance of differentiated teaching and learning
  • Identify benefits and challenges of implementing differentiated instruction for youth
  • Establish strategies in which differentiated experiences for learning could occur

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Janelle Hinds

Founder & Executive Director, Helping Hands
Janelle Hinds is the founder of Helping Hands, a non-profit aiming to build youth's skills through volunteerism. Recently, Janelle was chosen as the only Canadian on Forbes' Top 30 Under 30 for her achievements in education.
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Lindsay Richardson

Community Outreach Associate & Curriculum Developer, Helping Hands
Lindsay Richardson is a fourth-year social work student at Ryerson University who is interested in entering the education field. She is passionate about helping youth obtain learning opportunities in which they can thrive and grow.
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Sarah Pereira

Community Outreach Associate & Mental Wellness Lead, Helping Hands
Sarah Periera is a fourth-year social work student at York University with an interest in youth mental health and challenging the barriers that work to prevent youth from seeking out or accessing support.
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Analisa Smit

Youth Outreach Co-ordinator, Helping Hands
Analisa Smit is passionate about advocating for others, promoting inclusion and empowering my fellow youth. Analisa is also a strong believer that education is the foundation of progress.

Tuesday January 25, 2022 10:00 - 10:45 EST