Differentiated Instruction with Maeve Pfeifer
Maeve and Barry discuss how to effectively use differentiated instruction to guide learners to develop critical thinking skills. The conversation comes down to understanding each learner as an individual and bringing out their strengths.
Maeve Pfeifer, MAT
Maeve Pfeifer has experience teaching fifth through twelfth-grade social studies and ELA. Most recently, Maeve taught eighth-grade social studies and ELA at Harlem Village Academies for two years. Before that she was a middle school teacher for four years in Harlem, teaching grades 5-8 and helping found their social studies curriculum. Prior to that Maeve spent a year teaching Honors Social Studies and AP Government to juniors and seniors at the University Park Campus School in Worcester, MA.
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