Implementing Multiple Instructional Methods And Modes

07/01/2022 - 06/30/2023


  • $125.00  -  Institute Member
  • $140.00  -  Non-member




Utiltizing a variety of instructional methods and modes allows educators to personalize and be responsive to the needs of their learners. During this self-paced workshop, participants will look at the differences between face-to-face, virtual, and blended modes of learning. In addition, they will look at ways to use a variety of instructional methods such as must do/may do lists, choice boards and playlists with learners in a variety of situations. Participants will identify specific examples of instructional methods and modes, and explore resources and examples that provide them with effective strategies to leverage the use in their own learning environment.

Course Attributes:
•  Online
•  Asynchronous
•  Self-paced
•  Rolling enrollment through May 31, 2023
•  Course must be completed by June 30, 2023
•  Addresses NSQOL Standards - B, D, G, H

Honeycomb Elements:
•  Multiple Instructional Methods and Modes
•  Learner Choice

This online course is designed to take approximately four hours to complete.

Self-paced courses offer interactive, just-in-time professional learning around specific instructional practices, strategies, and frameworks. They also provide educators with an opportunity for reflection and practical application. Districts have the option of creating their own cohort of participants; please contact the Institute for Personalized Learning at 262-288-0010 for more information.

Contact Melissa Dunham / / 262-787-9500 ext. 9529