What are the benefits of using differentiated instruction in the classroom?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 12:10 pm ad1c9bdddf
Differentiating instruction enhances the quality of education for a diverse group of students in the classroom. For instance, tangible, kinesthetic, visual, and audio learners can be taught in a classroom where differentiating exist. This is a method used that provides more than one way for students to comprehend the instructions.
For example, let's say 5 students in the classroom are visual learners, and 6 are tangible learners. ...
Learn how differentiated instructions can benefit teacher in the classroom. Demonstrations and a detailed outline is provided here.
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?