Differentiating Your Classroom


This course is designed to provide teachers with the knowledge and skills to successfully differentiate instruction for all learners within their classroom. Teachers will learn that differentiated instruction begins by looking at the learner; teachers must adapt their instruction based upon learner’s entry points. Teachers will understand that the learning environment supports differentiation.

Teachers taking this course will examine ways that other teachers have been successful in differentiating instruction and take these same strategies back into their own classroom to use immediately. This course is targeted for K-12 classroom teachers, specialist programs, including special education, literacy, gifted and talented and instructional coaches.

Required Text:

Tomlinson, Carol Ann. The Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the Needs of All Learners. Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development. 1999. (First Edition).

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INSTRUCTOR: Amanda Sigala

This course is 3 graduate credits.