BER Online Learning for Educators

All Differentiated Instruction

Differentiating K-12 Assessments
Scheduled Instructor-Led Course

Grades 3-6: Practical Strategies for Differentiating Instruction
This video-based professional development course takes a look inside intermediate-grade classrooms where teachers and children are engaged in differentiated learning activities in core subject areas. Experienced teachers demonstrate classroom-proven strategies and activities designed to support differentiation, maximize student achievement across academic areas using choice options and enhance students' learning using small flexible groups.

Grades 3-6: Practical Ways to Differentiate Instruction Using Tiered Assignments and Tapping the Power of Multiple-Intelligences
Differentiating instruction is essential to meeting the wide range of learning needs in intermediate classrooms. In this course, teachers demonstrate time-effective, practical strategies to address the range of readiness levels and learning needs in grades 3-6 classrooms and stretch all students to higher levels of thinking and achievement.

Grades 6-12: Practical Strategies for Differentiating Instruction
This video-based professional development course provides a brief description of key elements of differentiation. Teachers demonstrate a variety of ways to maximize learning and engagement with student choice. You'll see how to capitalize on students' strengths and interests, as well as address a range of learning needs by incorporating a variety of learning modes in daily lesson plans.

Grades 6-12: Practical Ways to Differentiate Instruction Using Tiered Assignments and Flexible Grouping
In this course, teacher demonstrate effective ways to use tiered assignments and flexible grouping to target students’ readiness levels and interests across content areas in grades 6-12. All the approaches demonstrated in the course enhance student engagement and boost student learning.

Grades K-2: Practical Ways to Differentiate Instruction
This video-based professional development course takes a look inside primary-grade classrooms where teachers and children are engaged in differentiated teaching and learning. Experienced teachers demonstrate classroom-proven strategies and activities designed to support differentiation, maximize student participation in whole class lessons and enhance their learning using small flexible groups.

Grades K-2: Practical Ways to Differentiate Instruction Using Tiered Assignments, Student Choice and Other Exemplary Strategies
This course takes viewers into classrooms, grades K-2, where teachers are using practical differentiation strategies and techniques to adjust instruction, materials, and activities so all primary students can move forward as thinkers and learners and meet essential learning expectations.

Guided Reading: Strategies for the Differentiated Classroom
Scheduled Instructor-Led Course

The Differentiated Instruction and Response to Intervention Connection
Scheduled Instructor-Led Course