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Discussing Differentiated Instruction and the Attitudes of a School

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It is thought that differentiated instruction is an integral part of defining the school culture. How does differentiated instruction reflect the attitudes and values of a school building? Of a classroom? Describe the impact of culture in implementing change.

Also try to cite specific examples from your experiences where school culture has had a positive or negative effect in implementing change. Summarize what you believe to be the benefits of Professional Learning Communities for students and adults in a school setting.

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Differentiated instruction reflects the attitudes and values of a school building as it recognizes that each student in the school does not come from the same background and each student does not have the same learning abilities. Therefore, this instruction method recognizes that the school will need to have methods in place to address the differing cultures and learning abilities.

Differentiated instruction reflects the attitudes and values of a classroom similar to that of the entire school. A teacher will need to recognize this his/her students come from different cultures and backgrounds. Further, each student has different learning abilities because of said different ...