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Differentiation Instruction

I need help with these questions,

- I need help to know what are there negative outcomes for differentiation instruction
- Look like is so much work for the teacher to differentiate- can you comment on this idea?
- If a child is just a "regular" student, why, he/she is diverse? What are the characteristics of a diverse student?
- How will a child benefit from differentiation in the classroom?

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I need help to know what are there negative outcomes for differentiation instruction

Differentiation instruction requires pedagogy and faculty support to facilitate differentiated instruction that is typically lacking. This is particularly true when attempting to align differentiation instruction with high-stakes testing, which is the primary form of summative testing used nationwide to assess if students can proceed further into their academic careers. Teachers who are under pressure to produce results that raise their classroom's performance on standardized tests may only teach the content standards to the chagrin of individual students. The most negative outcome of differentiated instruction is that some ...

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The differentiation structures are examined.

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