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Differentiation in Teaching and Learning

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A textbook on differentiation that considers the range of students that teachers have to teach, in terms of abilities, learning styles, social background, cultural diversity, special needs and so forth. The authors develop a simple, operable model to help teachers accommodate the needs of all students and to teach them effectively. They conclude with case studies of ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 20th 2001 by Bloomsbury Academic
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Sebah Al-Ali
Mar 15, 2010 Sebah Al-Ali rated it it was ok
Scanned it. Didn't read the whole thing. From what I read, it seems useful and insightful. I liked the way they look at learning as separate from teaching.

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"We cannot assume that just because a teacher teaches a learner learns what was intended."

"The learning process involves humans who are diverse in their needs, development, attitudes, values and beliefs."

"Simply transmitting information to learners does not mean that it will connect with them --that they will learn it."

"When learning is dis
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