Differentiated instruction individualizes student learning

09/12/2008 | Teacher Magazine (free registration)

In an interview with Teacher Magazine, Carol Ann Tomlinson, who has studied differentiated instruction extensively as a University of Virginia education professor, says she believes differentiated instruction is a more positive approach to student learning, and offers advice on the method. "The reason I think differentiated instruction is important is that students do vary in so many ways, and our student populations are becoming more academically diverse," she says.

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