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William Robert Henrich: Meeting the needs of a heterogeneous* classroom of learners is a difficult task and getting harder with changing laws.
How do we meet the needs of gifted students while incorporating intervention for those that need it?
How can we meet annual yearly progress for all students every day in 45 minutes?
Henrich has a plan that works to motivate students to improve the quantity and quality of their work while motivating all learners to do their best in the classroom.
Bill Henrich has been nominated for the teacher of the year, several times.
He has been an ambassador to his sister school in England.
Bill has written and taught at the college level and has made presentations to many school districts and to professional organizations around the country.
He has an amazing amount of energy and can be very entertaining as he shares real examples that teachers can relate to.
*(Homogeneity and heterogeneity are concepts relating to the uniformity or lack thereof in a substance. A material that is homogeneous is uniform in composition or character; one that is heterogeneous lacks uniformity in one of these qualities. Heterogenous: consisting of dissimilar or diverse ingredients or constituents)