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Group Resource: Differentiating Instruction
Differentiating instruction means teachers must discern student learning styles and adapt instructional techniques that maximize student strengths and meet specific needs. Research shows that by differentiating instruction, general education teachers can minimize potential problems while also maximizing learning. This series of articles defines differentiated instruction, provides effective strategies for differentiating instruction in the classroom, and empowers students to teach themselves. This resource includes four articles about differentiating instruction from the Kappa Delta Pi Record and the New Teacher Advocate, plus a study guide to facilitate group discussion.
Author(s):
Veronica Lopez-Estrada
Source:
KDP Record and NTA
Edition:
Pages:
19
File:
group resource differentiating instruction.pdf
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