Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom


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          Completion Time

          24 hours

          Access Time

          42 Days


          Individual Skill Course



          Training Level


          Delivery Information:

          Online Asynchronous Self-paced


          This course explores 10 practical Differentiated Instruction integration strategies. Each strategy is accompanied by at least three sample lessons, as well as tips for applying them to best improve learning outcomes for your students.

          In this training course you will discover Differentiated Instruction strategies including interest centers, flexible grouping, cubing, and tiering. Every lesson is packed with real-world examples that will help you put these strategies to use in your own classroom. You will take a look at integration across different subjects, grade levels, and learning profiles as you gain helpful knowledge on bringing Differentiated Instruction to your classroom.

          This course is a must for today's teachers who often have to differentiate quickly and with minimal resources. Differentiated Instruction is an excellent launch pad for ramping up your creative classroom, and with the tips in these lessons, you will be meeting the needs of your diverse learners in no time.

          Learning Outcomes

          After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
          • Learn what differentiated instruction is and learn practical strategies for implementation in your classroom
          • Discover tried-and-true techniques to customize your lesson plans
          • Learn to use integration strategies to extend across grade levels and academic subjects
          • Learn to create centers based on topics, subjects, or types of activities so you can focus like-minded learners on specific tasks
          • Discover differentiated instruction strategies for writing and reading
          • Learn to meet the needs of GATE students through a strategy called curriculum compacting


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