Teachers enrolled in this course will...


  • what differentiation is
  • when it is appropriate to differentiate
  • where teachers can get the time & resources to create a differentiated classroom
  • how differentiation can be implemented in all types of classrooms
  • what a tiered lesson is and the steps necessary to create one


  • why it is important to differentiate
  • how students can be smart in many ways
  • how to create lessons that speak to many different learning styles
  • the importance of getting students to recognize their own learning styles
  • how tiered activities can be used to meet the needs of above level, at level and below level learners

and Be Able To

  • evaluate how well previously used lessons are meeting the needs of a variety of learners
  • design ways to adapt previously used lessons to address different learning styles and ability levels
  • incorporate choice into lessons and assessments so that all types of learners find the content accessible to them
  • design tiered lessons and assessments for use in their current teaching situations

and much, much more!

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