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Differentiating Instruction for Students with High-Incidence Disabilities

Differentiating Instruction for Students with High-Incidence Disabilities for Secondary Educators, an online course

January 20 - March 1, 2020

Earn 1 graduate credit or 15 DESE approved PDP's.


This is a practical approach to planning instruction for special needs students in the regular class within a vocational school setting.

Using a framework for applying theory in practice, teachers develop and/or
attempt strategies that are applicable to their classrooms.

  • Various models of learning and motivation will be explored through the use of social learning.
  • Students will study and develop classroom lessons and environments to enable them to work collaboratively with parents and other professionals in developing and implementing strategies that support the child with an IEP.

Instructor: Anthony Cannella

1 Graduate Credit - $319
Course #: PDMT 6972
CRN: 31653

15 PDPs - $109
Course #: PDMT 6972P
CRN: 31654

Registration Deadline: January 15, 2020

Register Here

Contact the Center for Professional Studies at to learn how to offer this course in your school district.



Including Students with Special Needs: A Practical Guide for Classroom Teachers, Marilyn Friend, William D. Bursuck -  EIGHTH Edition

For More information contact us at:
Center for Professional Studies
Phone: 978.665.3636
Fax: 978.665.3639