How to Juggle Differentiation in the Classroom

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  • Thomas Brewin

    Hi Natalie, loved this post differentiation is key to handling every different classroom. Although I'm unsure of the validity of grouping students to their learning styles as this article suggest time is better spent on effective instruction rather than grouping students in learning styles. Further, I think it can be detrimental if we suggest to kids that they are a certain learning style as it equates to a fixed mindset than may limit their growth.

    • Kristian

      Hi Thomas, Some great food for thought there. Glad you are enjoying our posts. If there is anything I can assist you with, please don't hesitate to contact me.

  • Natalie A

    Hi Alison, Thank you for posting this very informative blog. As a casual teacher, it is a little difficult to really know students' abilities and learning styles when covering classes. But there are some great tips from this blog that I can refer when I need to do maths or reading groups for the day, as well as some great resources to use when the situation calls for it.

    • Alison Smith

      Hi Natalie, Thanks for your positive comment. I am so glad that you found this article helpful. If there is anything else that I can do to help, don't hesitate to ask. Have a wonderful evening, Ali.

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