Differentiated Instruction (5:1 fall 2006)

Differentiation has come on the scene to help teachers meet the challenge of teaching children according to the many ways they learn. While Differentiated Instruction is a modern solution, the ancient Torah adage to “Educate a youth according to his path…”(Proverbs 22:6) appears to point to its validity, while the modern techniques of differentiation provide the details of how to implement.

The diversity of learners today requires that teachers build a rich repertoire of teaching skills and that administrators support teachers with professional development to help them continually update and renew their teaching styles as their careers progress. In order to help teachers and administrators grow individually and collectively, we have focused on the research on differentiation as well as on that of how to encourage and empower entire faculties to grow in their knowledge and practice of DI.

To read more from the editor’s introduction, click here.

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