Differentiated Learning – edceu1003 (0 credits)

Differentiation is no easy feat. This professional development course will provide a foundation for educators to create reading and writing activities that meet the needs of students with varied abilities and learning preferences. Participants will review selected pre-reading, guided reading, and post-reading activities that heighten comprehension and retention for diverse learners. Tools and resources will be reviewed to assist educators in the creation of rubrics that reflect reading comprehension, writing skills, and content area mastery, including selecting supplemental content area media for a variety of reading levels.. This course provides 0.5 continuing education units in one, 5-hour course.

This non-credit course is 1 week. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Assessment and Evaluation

  • Explore pre-reading activities that support reading comprehension.
  • Review guided reading activities that support reading comprehension.
  • Recognize post-reading activities that heighten comprehension for diverse learners.
  • Review tools used to differentiate instruction.
  • Explore resources used in differentiated instruction.
  • Understand how to assess from a differentiated perspective.
  • Determine the definition of differentiation.
  • Understand the forms of differentiation.
  • Recognize various ways to provide accommodations.

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