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VESi-Try DI!: Planning & Preparing a Differentiated Instruction Program Undergraduate (EDV 419)

Program: VESi Online Courses

Location: VESi Online Courses (, **) - Online

Audience: Teachers

Dates: On-Going (Ends Dec 31, 2021)

Location: Online

EDV 419 Esteves School of Education at the Sage Colleges

Try DI!: Planning & Preparing a Differentiated Instruction Program, is an undergraduate, interactive computer-based instruction course. This course is designed to provide you an opportunity to learn about an instructional framework, Differentiated Instruction (DI), aimed at creating supportive learning environments for diverse learning populations. The course reflects an approach that aligns the principles of DI with the practices of DI. This course follows Why DI?: An Introduction to Differentiated Instruction, which addressed the What, Why, and Who of a classroom that reflects a DI approach.

Try DI! is an invitation to reflect, explore, and anchor professional practices in the current literature and growing research base in support of DI. This course is designed for anyone working with a diverse learning population across the K-12 spectrum and will have the most direct application to professionals serving students within a mixed-ability classroom setting.3 undergraduate credits.

Participants have maximum of 1 year and a minimum of two weeks to complete the course. Course materials will be sent directly from Virtual Education Software, Inc. (VESi).

Questions regarding materials should be sent to info@virtualeduc.com or call VESi (800) 313-6744

It is the responsibility of the student to check with their district and/or academic institution for applicability to a particular program and/or credit approval.There is no refund once the materials have been sent.

These are computer-based training courses and are available only in an online download.

Online Requirement:
Requires, reliable/stable high speed internet connection.

Students must obtain an overall score of 70% or higher, with no individual exam score below 50%, to successfully pass the course.