Enrichment for All Students: From Foundational Methods to Practical Strategies with Renzulli Learning
Learn directly from the legendary Dr. Joseph Renzulli and Dr. Sally Reis as they instruct you on their highly acclaimed Schoolwide Enrichment Model (SEM) for working both with identified gifted populations as well as providing engaging enrichment opportunities for all students. Renzulli Learning supports teachers as they implement facets of SEM.
This course, a $1,000 value, includes the foundational methods of Renzulli & Reis methodologies, a 60 day free pilot, up to 9 professional development contact hours from the University of Connecticut*, as well as practical aspects of using Renzulli Learning in your classroom.
Through the course, you will proceed at your own pace through three modules:
- Module 1~ Renzulli 101: An Overview of the Schoolwide Enrichment Model with Joe Renzulli and Sally Reis
- Module 2 ~ Using the Renzulli Learning Platform: The Basics
- Module 3 ~ Diving Deeper in Renzulli Learning: Working with Curriculum
Teachers who complete the course will receive the following Certifications:
Teachers who complete the entire training along with the quizzes and performance tasks will be eligible for a certificate of completion with 9 professional development contact hours from the University of Connecticut.*
The course is designed in a sequence from foundational methods through practical strategies and skills in the software, however you are able to jump around and watch the lectures you would like in any order, with or without completing the course in its entirety for the certificate.
Current Renzulli Learning subscribers can access the free course directly from their Teacher Dashboard.
If you do not have an account with Renzulli Learning, click here to start your 60 Day free trial and gain access to this course!
Enrichment for All Students Educators
Sally M. Reis, Ph.D and Joseph S. Renzulli, Ed.D have been working together for over four decades to bring the Schoolwide Enrichment Model to enrichment and gifted programs, schools, and classrooms around the world. Their combined years of teaching, international presentations, and published work is voluminous and resulted in over 50 million dollars of research funding. They have published hundreds of articles, chapters, and books resulting in the development of Renzulli Learning, an online platform to support teachers with their efforts of differentiation, enrichment, and personalized learning in the classroom.
*Participants are eligible to receive a Certificate documenting Contact Hours issued by the University of Connecticut. It is the participant’s responsibility to determine if their home state/agency/professional association recognizes Contact Hours. Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are not offered by the University of Connecticut. The University of Connecticut is not responsible for the design, development or delivery of this program.
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