The Differentiated Classroom Certificate

The Differentiated Classroom Certificate

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The Differentiated Classroom Certificate





Next Classes Start

May 20, 2024

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Program at a Glance

The 15-credit, five-course certificate program prepares educators to effectively teach students with varied learning styles and strengths. Classes such as Skills for Building a Collaborative Classroom and Strategies for ADHD, LD, and a Spectrum of Learners enable practicing teachers to enhance their instructional methodology and reflective practice skills to help every student succeed in today’s classrooms.

Program Coordinator : Alan Amtzis,


  • part time: up to 6 years


  • Off campus
    Hybrid Information
  • Online
    Hybrid Information


  • courses


  • credits


  • per credit

Who Should Pursue This Program?

If you’re a licensed K–12 educational practitioner — a teacher, administrator, or school leader — who wants to better understand and react to what you experience in the classroom, this program is a perfect next step. Ideal candidates are certified teachers who want to either pursue an initial master’s degree or move to master’s +15 or 30 levels on the salary guide.


Most of our graduates are already working as K–12 teachers. This certificate contributes to their advancement on the salary guide and prepares them for additional educational positions and responsibilities in teaching, but not for transitioning to administration.

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The College of New Jersey School of Education is a member in good standing of the Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation (AAQEP).

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