Saturday, August 02, 2008

Differentiated Instruction

Not all students are alike. Not all children are alike. Children come in all shapes and sizes and with all sorts of interests, and they come to the learning environment with different needs, learning profiles and educational readiness. This session focuses on making the appropriate accommodations and/or modifications to curriculum in order to enable students with disabilities to access the materials in the way they best learn. Gain the tools you need to be flexible in your approach to teaching and to adjust the curriculum and presentation of information to your learners. Learn how to create multiple paths so students of different abilities can experience equally the learning process.

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