Sunday, 18 August 2013

Day 6 Blog

My take away for this last lesson is Carol Tomlison Differentiating Instruction model is an approach to teaching that advocates active planning for student differences in classrooms.

This is not the first time i heard Differentiating Instruction as we believe that children develop at different pace. However, from this lesson, I learnt to break down to 3 levels of learners in simple math problem. Not only can we see how one problem can progress from simple to complex, we were also guided to think of follow up activities for the three level of learners.

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