Differentiated instruction (DI) is one of the most compelling topics in education today, and for good reason: teachers are face with unparalleled learner variance in their classrooms. This is the challenge DI seeks to address, and the goal of DI is to help teachers reach and teach all learners regardless of their socioeconomic status, race, ethnic origins, background, or ability. Yet much of what is written and taught about DI is theoretical, and the resulting implementation is superficial at best. Teachers learn so-called DI strategies, but don't understand how, when or why to implement them-or why DI has the potential to dramatically affect a student's ability to learn.
Differentiated instruction Strategies for Today's Classrooms is a graduate level course that helps K-12 educators forge practical, realistic, and real -world solutions for teaching highly diverse learners. Using a sane approach that breaks the process into manageable segments, learn how to remain nimble in the face of continuous change, and how to make the priority of differentiation of pleasure that adds meaning and achievement-boosting success to every classroom.
- Location of Meeting:Online
Enroll online at www.teacheronlineeducation.com (select Courses/Enroll Now). To enroll by telephone or fax, call 1-800-561-2295, ext. 1. For information or assistance at any time, contact the T.O.E. course administrator Laurie Hager at lhager@TeacherOnlineEducation.com or 1-800-561-2295, ext. 1.
(Note: T.O.E. handles the complete enrollment process, including the collection of information, payment, and registration with Ashland University for graduate credits.)