Differentiated instruction is an approach that enables instructors to plan strategically to meet the needs of every learner. The approach encompasses the planning and delivery of instruction, classroom management techniques, and expectations of learners’ performance that take into consideration learners’ diversity and varied levels of readiness, interests, and learning profiles.
The LINCS Region 3 Professional Development Center is offering a free online course on differentiated instruction from October 3, 2014 to October 31, 2014. The course will have two strands: one will be focused on differentiation in writing instruction, and the other will focus on differentiation in math instruction. This course is online, facilitated, and self-paced. TEAL courses are designed to improve the quality of teaching in adult education in the content areas by providing teachers a chance to review the research on effective instruction and apply what they learn in their classrooms.
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