Scigliano, Deborah; Hipsky, Shellie
January 2010
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Winter2010, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p82
Academic Journal
The article discusses the three factors of differentiated instruction for presenting content and product in a classroom. These include student's learning profile, ability, and interests. It states that learning profile is the factor where student's individual strengths, preferences, and learning styles are emphasized. It indicates that teachers must also focus on how students perform to his or her ability. It notes that the last factor presents the student's interest in learning in which teachers must focus their attention on the interest of students.


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