Updated Course: Differentiated Instruction for Today’s Classroom™ Online

Students focusedYou asked, we listened! Based on the feedback and suggestions from past participants, Differentiated Instruction for Today’s Classroom™ has recently been revised and updated (Fall 2019) to enhance your overall learning experience.

In this course, you’ll earn 3 graduate credit hours while you acquire key knowledge, skills, and strategies to differentiate instruction in your classroom. Explore practical techniques for differentiating content, process, and product to meet students’ diverse learning needs. Discover how to analyze data to guide instruction and design meaningful learning experiences.

Updates include:

  • New research and videos which show differentiated instruction in action.
  • Streamlined learning activities that emphasize key course ideas.
  • New resources for educators who want to continue improving their professional practice.

Plus, we eliminated synchronous group work to accommodate the busy educational professional’s need to work at his or her own pace and time.

Past participant Dawn B. said, “I’ve learned more in these PLS 3rd Learning classes than all of my undergrad/grad classes combined. I have so much information to implement in my classes.”

Want to learn more or enroll?

This course is offered through the following partner colleges and universities this fall: Drake University, Mercyhurst University, Indiana Wesleyan University, Marygrove College, and Wilkes University.

We offer this online course in several formats:

> Online
> Accelerated Online (4-weeks)

Questions?

Contact us at 1.866.757.2527 or registration@PLSClasses.com.

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