How teachers can automate the process of differentiating instruction

08/22/2013 | Edutopia.org

Letting students direct their learning -- through participating in cooperative groups, creating projects or using computer tablets -- allows teachers to differentiate instruction "automatically," principal and instructional leadership coach Ben Johnson write in this blog post. "The students automatically choose methods and learning strategies that coincide with their needs and interests," he writes.

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