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Capella Online Professional Development Course

Implementing Adaptive Learning

Implementing Adaptive Learning

Meet the diverse learning needs of all students, including those with disabilities, English-language learners, or gifted and talented students. Learn new adaptive learning techniques using devices and digital tools to meet the needs of all of your students. Full Description

Benefits

How Capella PD can work for you.

Your Time

Competency-based coursework makes it easy to learn on your time and at your pace, at home or on the go. It’s professional learning on your terms.

Your Class

Application questions within the course send teachers into their classrooms to practice and reflect upon what they have learned applying your learning with your students.

Your Career

Choose to earn professional contact hours or graduate credit and power your career as you see fit from personal growth through to a graduate degree.

Description

Implementing Adaptive Learning

Diversity and adaptation concerns affect every classroom. In this course you will create a vetted list of strategies to adapt to the needs of  your students with disabilities, your ELL students, and your gifted and talented students to use now and in the future.   

During this course you will build

  • A vetted resource of current adaptive instructional techniques
  • A list of ideas and technology tools for increasing adaptive learning in your classroom
  • A reflection about implementing adaptive learning in your classroom 
by susie P. on February 25, 2021
Great information and I like that it is self paced.
by Ginger B. on November 9, 2020
I liked everything about it!
by Taylor G. on September 15, 2020
Amazing course! I will definitely be recommending this course to fellow colleagues.
by April B. on July 23, 2020
Straightforward useful information for meeting diverse student populations and needs.
by Heather S. on June 24, 2020
I thought the actual lessons were informative and helpful. Some of the challenge questions and the Milestone questions were not worded well and had the potential to have more than one answer. It almost seemed as if it was "trick questions," which is not the point of an assessment in education.
by Elana C. on February 16, 2020
lots to think about!
by LISA S. on February 14, 2020
helpful for classroom
by Racen M. on December 17, 2019
Excellent information that can be used in the classroom!