Differentiated instruction

Carol Ann Tomlinson says “…keeping kids together in the context of high-quality curriculum but attending to their readiness needs, their interests, and their preferred ways of learning. And we have a fairly good body of research to suggest that when you do that the results are pretty impressive. Differentiated instruction assumes a more positive mindset: Let’s assume they can all do good work, and let’s attend to the ways that they need us to teach them in order to get there.”

Sounds about right . . .

Teacher Professional Development Sourcebook: Making a Difference.

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