How to Differentiate your Classroom: Theories and Practices for all Educators



Course Description:  This course will explore how our daily instruction as an educator must constantly be changed and molded to fit our students’ needs. Since many of our students learn differently, it is our job as effective teachers to guide them through the learning process. Educators will discuss what a differentiated classroom really is, and how to differentiate for any grade level or subject. We will collaborate and work on a multitude of learning techniques and assessments for all learning styles. Many of these techniques can be brought back to the classroom and used with students who learn in all different ways. Teachers will find that differentiation is not that difficult task you thought it might be. It is more of a necessity for the good of all. This is a must for all educators of all disciplines K-12.   ZOOM Sessions included for those that need them.

(3 credits/45 hours) in-service credit only


(3 credits/45 hours) In-serivce credits only


in-service credit only


Kim Kittredge