Presenter: Cheryl Dick
6 Weeks | $139
Course Starts Monthly | Earn Graduate Credit or CEUs
Differentiated assessment is the key to helping every student succeed—and no matter what grade you’re teaching, this course will give you the tools you need to gather your assessment data quickly and easily.
You’ll begin by exploring strategies for performing pre-assessments, formative (ongoing) assessments, and summative assessments. Next, you’ll discover how to identify and share learning goals, gather assessment information, adjust your instruction, and provide feedback to your students. Real-life examples will help you see how differentiated assessment provides direction for improvement, promotes confidence, and motivates your learners to do their best.
Whether you’re a new or experienced teacher, you’ll gain skill and confidence as you get hands-on practice in using a wide range of assessment techniques. By the time you’ve completed these lessons, you’ll have a clear roadmap for differentiating your assessments and a wealth of practical ideas you can start using in your classroom right away.
About SDE’s Online Courses
Whether you are looking to improve your professional teaching skills or explore a new interest, our online instructor-led courses showcase the expertise of leading presenters in a convenient, affordable, and fun format.
- Convenient: Teachers can sharpen skills, gain essential tools, and earn CEUs and/or graduate credits for applicable courses—right from their desktop.
- Flexible: Courses run for six weeks, start monthly, and are self-paced.
- Instructor-Facilitated: All courses are led by veteran educators, many of whom are nationaly-known authors.
- Cost Effective: A flat rate of $139 per course eliminates the need for in-service days or substitute teachers. Plus, group discounts are available by calling 1-877-388-2054.
- Relevant: Courses cover current teaching topics and feature the latest research-based teaching methods.
- Interactive: Instruction includes activities, resources, and discussion forums for communicating with the instructor and other participants. Teachers enrolled in a single course can form study groups to extend the learning.