LINCS is offering a facilitated online course on differentiated instruction specific to math instruction. This course lasts three weeks, is entirely online, and facilitated by a highly experienced LINCS Trainer, Pam Meader
When: June 10 - July 1, 2019. Users should expect to spend two hours per week engaging with the course.
Who: This course is intended for math instructors working with adult learners.
What: Differentiated instruction is an approach that enables math 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.
How: REGISTER HERE
Is the course self-paced? I would like to take it but I am unavailable for the first 2 weeks. Also what kind of material is required for the course?
The Differentiated Instruction course is a virtually facilitated course, so you do need to start when the course begins. It's not feasible to miss the first two weeks.
All of the materials you need for the course will be available within the lessons.