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Content, Process, and Product: Modeling Differentiated Instruction
Modeling differentiated instruction is one way to demonstrate how educators can incorporate instructional strategies to address students' needs, interests, and learning styles. This article discusses how secondary teacher candidates learn to focus on content—the "what" of instruction; process—the "how" of instruction; and product—the "evidence" of instruction.
Author(s):
Barbara Kline Taylor
Source:
KDP Record
Edition:
Jan—March 2015
Pages:
5
File:
RJan15_Taylor.pdf
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