Full course description
This course is designed to build upon teachers' understanding to the concept of multi-tiered systems of support, including educational, instructional, philosophical and ethnical issues. This course emphasizes strategies for teaching and assessing academic and social skills to diverse learners in inclusive classrooms. Additionally, this course provides strategies for designing and implementing multi-tiered instruction within the Universal Design for Learning and Response to Intervention (RTI) models. Students in this course will learn to design differentiated instructional interventions for whole class, small group, and one-on-one teaching arrangements based on the intensity needed as determined by student assessment information. The importance of collaboration and partnerships to support individualized needs will also be discussed.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to design strategies in their classrooms according to three principles of Universal Design of learning:
- Multiple means of representation,
- Multiple means of action and expression,
- Multiple means of engagement
June 11* - July 22
*Course has rolling enrollment, begin any day after June 11 and finish the course at your own pace prior to July 22.
Required Live Sessions:
None; this course is fully asynchronous.
Dr. Laurie Katz
Summer Institute Course Theme
Revitalizing Teaching, Transforming Learning
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