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Differentiated Assessment Strategies (EDEX 263)

3 Semester Hours of Graduate Credit

Course Overview

This course is the companion course to "Differentiated Instructional Strategies". In this course you will be given differentiated assessment tools, strategies, and activities to identify a student's strengths and needs. You will also be provided with assessment strategies that you can give students to empower them as self-directed learners. This course will give you tools, surveys, checklists, and guidelines to accurately assess your students progress and plan for their continued success.

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • identify learning styles and preferences.
  • use authentic and performance-based assessment.
  • implement techniques for ongoing concurrent assessment.
  • discover the value of teaching students to self-evaluate.
  • obtain feedback to make your differentiated instruction more effective.

Whether taken along or with the instructional strategies course, "Differentiated Assessment Strategies" is a must-take course for anyone anxious to find new ways to enhance their instruction and improve student achievement.

This course is available in DVD format.


This course is offered through Quality Educational Programs, Inc.





Education News
October 27, 2017
Professor Robert Stensrud was awarded the Collier Baker Endowed Professorship, a four-year award that carries a stipend and research fund, by the Drake Board of Trustees on Oct. 7.