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Differentiating Instruction In The Online Classroom

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This course focuses on strategies and techniques for differentiating online instruction to meet the learning needs of diverse students in the fully online, hybrid, or flipped classroom. Particular emphasis is on techniques for working online with at-risk students and students with special needs. Participants develop appropriate instruction and assessments to determine individual student achievement and mastery.

This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 4 weeks

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    Overview of Differentiated Instruction; Differentiating Content, Process, and Products in the Online Classroom

    • Review the history and application of differentiated instruction in education.
    • Determine a working definition of differentiated instruction appropriate to the fully online, hybrid, or flipped classroom.
    • Identify benefits and challenges of differentiating instruction in the fully online, hybrid, or flipped classroom.
    • Evaluate strategies to differentiate content in the fully online, hybrid, or flipped classroom.
    • Recommend strategies for differentiating processes in the fully online, hybrid, or flipped classroom.
    • Differentiate product options for students in the fully online, hybrid, or flipped classroom.

    Managing a Differentiated Online Classroom

    • Identify ways to prepare students and parents for success in a differentiated online classroom.
    • Determine strategies and techniques for managing differentiated online classrooms.

    Differentiation for Diverse Learners in the Online Classroom

    • Determine how differentiation supports students with special learning needs, including English language learners and struggling learners, in the fully online, hybrid, or flipped classroom.
    • Recommend differentiation strategies for gifted and talented learners in the fully online, hybrid, or flipped classroom.

    Assessment Techniques for Differentiated Online Instruction

    • Develop differentiated formative assessment options.
    • Develop differentiated summative assessment options.
    • Propose solutions to common assessment challenges in the differentiated online classroom.
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