DI INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
Instruction can be differentiated by content (teaching different content to different learners, readiness depending on what they are ready to learn); by process (using different instructional strategies with different learners, depending on different needs and “learning styles”); and/or by-product (having students produce different work products, depending on the different interests and abilities).
This course is intended to provide additional opportunities for teachers to proficiently master the implementation of using assessments effectively to differentiate instruction, by focusing specifically on the strategies and techniques used to differentiate instruction.
Connections between the standards and the Danielson’s Framework will be integrated throughout the course with real-life, hands-on application by using assessment tools and data effectively to design differentiated tasks using a variety of techniques, such as tiered instruction, flexible grouping practices, R.A.F.T., questioning techniques, cubing, entry-point activities and jigsaw strategies to mention just a few. Course content will be presented and delivered to teachers in a variety of ways that will result in their specific application of these strategies, based upon the use of data-driven assessments and which will result in the design of individual teacher units designed to effectively differentiate instruction based upon a variety of student assessment data.
Course content will be presented and delivered for teachers in a variety of ways that will result in their specific application of these strategies, based upon the use of data-driven assessments and which will result in the design of individual teacher units designed to effectively differentiate instruction based upon a variety of student assessment data.
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You can register and begin the course at any time and have until the end of Ashland University’s academic year to complete it. Within 24-48 hours of your registration you will receive an email from your course content provider that contains your course access information. Plan to spend a minimum of two weeks in the course. Once you complete your course, your grade will be submitted to Ashland University for processing. This course is web-based so you can access it from any computer with internet access. It is also self-paced, so you can work entirely at your own pace, when it is convenient for you. There are no specific times you must be online and no individual deadline dates for assignments. They can be submitted any time, so long as everything has been submitted by the end of the academic term.
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