Learning Styles in the Classroom
This course helps you understand and analyze the different learning styles. You will create lesson plans that address the different styles of learning.
Students of all ages have different learning styles. Teachers also have preferred learning methods they tend to emphasize. Both teachers and students will benefit if lessons address all types of learning. The main goal of this course is to help you understand the different learning styles and practice integrating them into your lesson plan.Register Now
Approximately 15 to 45 hoursUp to 3 months to complete coursework
$90 per credit
Ways to Learn
1 – 3 PDUsGraduate Level Professional Development Credits
Online and self-paced | Earn graduate-level professional development credits for salary advancement
Gain practical teaching strategies | Create lesson plans for a variety of learning styles
What is an independent study course?
This self-paced, online, project-based course provides educators with a framework for exploring a topic that allows teachers the freedom to choose their own focus and readings.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Analyze your own learning style(s)
- Identify your students’ learning styles
- Create lesson plans for a variety of learning styles
- Critique the implementation of the lesson plan
Who Should Enroll?
- PreK-12 teachers
- Teacher candidates
- School administrators
Earn your credit in 3 simple steps
Complete the course.
Receive credits and obtain an official transcript.
What are Graduate-level Professional Development Credits?
Graduate-level professional development credits are not part of a degree program but instead are primarily used for professional advancement such as salary increment steps and recertification. Students should seek approval from appropriate district officials before enrolling in these courses.