Differentiation Strategies in a Blended Environment
Spring 2021 Sections of this Online Educational Technology Workshop
This course provides educators with the opportunity to study aspects of differentiation in a blended environment. Participants will examine strategies for differentiating instruction and content to personalize the learning experience for their students. Educators will have the opportunity to participate in scenario-based learning as well as design activities and lessons for immediate application.
Three optional, one-hour synchronous sessions will be offered. Dates and times for these sessions will be communicated to students.
After this course participants will be able to...
- Develop a conceptual understanding of the elements of differentiated instruction
- Explore strategies for differentiating content, process, product, environment, and assessment
- Apply differentiation strategies to a blended learning model
Grading will be Pass/Fail: a minimum score of 80% will be required to pass.
Spring Course Sections
TIP 508-942 General Audience
Course dates: January 13 - February 24
Register by 1/20; Drop by 1/27; Withdraw by 2/3
TIP 508-960 General Audience
Course dates: March 17 - April 28
Register by 3/24; Drop by 3/31; Withdraw by 4/7
Level of Study
Vary by course section
$130 ($65/credit hour)
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