Knowing and responding to learners (DI)

February 13, 2017 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

The EduGains > Differentiated Instruction site includes a tab (left hand side) titled Knowing And Responding to Learners and it includes several monographs that “provide at- a-glance looks at effective  DI”for the following subjects:

  • FSL – Core French (2016) [pdf]. Additional supporting materials are included.
  • History, Geography and Canadian World Studies (2015) [pdf]
  • Mathematics (2015) [pdf]

The resources are intended to stimulate educator discussion and reflection on classroom practice.

Check ’em out! They were new for me (headline reader only); albeit maybe not new for you!


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