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    As a leader, you will be solving a variety of problems. Based on the research literature you reviewed, propose solutions to the instructional problem from each of the five perspectives within the context of a diverse community of learners:

    a. Curriculum
    b. Instruction
    c. Evaluation
    d. Technology
    e. Policy

    Identify which perspective most closely aligns with your research (my research question/statement is how children change over time throughout their academic experiences and to what degree earlier developmental patterns and experiences can predict future growth and development in the child) was from your literature review and the knowledge base you have gained. Use examples to support your reasoning.

    Your paper must be two to four pages in length, in addition to the title and reference pages. You must include a minimum of five resources, which must be cited in proper APA formatting.

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    a. Curriculum: Because a child's understanding and comprehension advances the older they get; naturally, the curriculum being used will also advance. If there is a learning disability that is detected early on, the curriculum can be adjusted to assist the child in developing at a more "normal" or standard rate; however, if the curriculum is not adjusted, the child will continue to struggle with future development and growth throughout their educational (1). If differentiated learning is used, it would allow the children to learn at a pace that is suited to their educational needs, while still allowing those students struggling to grasp the basic concepts.

    b. Instruction: Working with a diverse group of learners, a teacher must understand the learning styles of each child and be able to adjust the lessons according to these learning styles. The instruction for each lesson may be different than the last; however, it is necessary to change based on the comprehension of the student's academic level. An example of this would be in a kindergarten class, there are a number of different learning levels. You may have two children who did not attend preschool and who are not able to recognize a single letter in the alphabet, you may have ten children who attended preschool and are able to recognize at least half of the letters of the alphabet, and you may ...

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    This solution discusses how curriculum, instruction, evaluation, technology, and policy change as a child grows and matures.