What does differentiated instruction mean to you? what experences have you had with it?

what does differentiated instruction mean to you? from gathering information from the web, library etc what did you learn that you did not know? what experiences have you had with differentiated instruction?
jmmackey
Asked Oct 27, 2010
Differentiated instruction means more than one way of teaching the subject. The theory is that all people don't learn the same way so within the classroom there should be different ways of presenting the information. The problem is maintaining an effective testing standard to evaluate the student's skills.

Being a high-school dropout, most everything I know was learned in very "differentiated" ways.
Rob
Answered Oct 28, 2010
Edited Oct 28, 2010

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