To meet the needs of a range of learners in the mathematics classroom, teachers are called upon to differentiate instruction. The need for differentiation is stronger than ever as districts strive to implement the Common Core State Standards with rigor and equity to promote the success of all students. Providing instruction that is differentiated and targeted to students’ strengths and needs is a powerful practice for improving math learning.
This K-8 course stands out from more general offerings on differentiating instruction because it provides specific suggestions for teaching standards-based mathematics. Teachers will learn powerful approaches and models for planning and implementing differentiated math lessons that are tailored to their students’ diverse needs. They will take away strategies, planning tools and resources for applying the ideas in their classroom practice.
- $350, Syllabus
- Credit Options: 40 SC Renewal Credits; 3 NC Renewal Credits; or 2 Graduate Credits (for addt'l fee)
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Note: This is a facilitated course. Learners submit coursework and participate in asynchronous discussions throughout the course term and receive graded feedback.
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