Differentiation is not "Individualized" Instruction!

Teaching is a complex art form and consists of a craft which is dynamic, uncertain and extremely rewarding. Students differ in a myriad of ways from their strengths, backgrounds, needs, interests, and catering to these differences can prove challenging. Differentiated instruction is at the core of effective teaching and is a complex endeavor that involves planning, adapting and catering for students’ individual learning strengths, needs and interests when developing curriculum and planning for learning.Tomlinson (2013; 2014), a leading world expert in differentiation in the classroom, described differentiation as a basic tenet of good instruction in which teachers build positive relationship

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