Menu Differentiation: An All Learners Approach 3-Credit Graduate Course

$1600 usd
Wed Nov 3, 2021, 3:30 PM - Wed Jan 12, 2022, 6:30 PM (EDT)
All Learners Network Learning Center, Chace Mill, Burlington, VT  

An All Learners Approach

{HYBRID course - synchronous & asynchronous}

3 graduate credit course from St. Michael’s College.

This 3 credit graduate course explores an All Learners Main Lesson / Menu model for differentiation, reframing Tier I and II math instruction in order to meet the ongoing range of instructional needs. Learn how to manage a ‘menu’ approach to your teaching and restructure your math block to allow for higher levels of inclusion and access. Dig deep into ways to differentiate a variety of purposeful offerings, freeing teachers up to provide targeted time with small groups and individuals. Embedded in the coursework will be examining lessons through the lens of the Common Core Math Standards of Practice, as well as how to utilize technology as a direct tool for math instruction in any learning environment.

In Person Dates: November 3, November 10, November 17, December 15, January 12

Time: 3:30-6:30

Location: All Learners Network Learning Center in Burlington

*Virtual dates TBD


Christian Courtemanche

Facilitator
All Learners Network Learning Center, Chace Mill, Burlington, VT