Carol Ann Tomlinson Conference
Student-Centered Learning, Differentiation and Personalization – How Does It All Fit Together?

Vermont-NEA is excited to bring Carol-Ann Tomlinson to Vermont to explore how student-centered learning, differentiation and personalization all fits together. Participants will explore the three ideas and reflect on their classroom practices in order to strengthen student learning through student-focused instruction that blends together differentiation and personalization. Participants will leave with concrete ideas and resources to strengthen student-centered learning in the classroom. Finally, Tomlinson will share her cautions and thoughts about personalized learning and how personalization requires effective teaching first, technology second.

This workshop is for aspiring, new and experienced educators. Additionally, National Board Candidates will find this conference helpful when planning for Component 2 of National Board Certification, "Differentiation in Instruction."


When: December 15, 2017 (8 am- 3:30 pm)
Where: Doubletree Hotel, (New Name - Trader Dukes Hotel) Williston Road, South Burlington, Vermont
Cost: No cost for Vermont-NEA members
Limit: 100 educators

For additional registration information, please contact: Erin Green,, 802-224-2401
For other information, please contact: Juliette Longchamp,, 802-224-2421

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At this point, we are not opening the conference to nonmembers/administrators. If we are not filled by 11/30/2017, we will open the session up to nonmembers at a rate of $125. If you would like to be added to the list please email Erin Green at

This conference was made possible by a grant from the National Education Association's Center for Great Public Schools, which is funded by NEA Members.

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