As I told you before, my students are enjoying their vacations and having a good time with their families. While they are waiting to come back to school, we, their teachers, are planning everything to get ready and receive them on March.
During February all teachers here at St. George School are having a training period in which some experts come to talk about interesting and important topics with us. One of those topics was "Differentiated Education" and that's what I want to share with you this time because I consider it a very important point to reflect about.
I found this information online that specifies really well what all this is about: Teachers have a variety of instructional strategies they can address diverse student learning needs. Differentiated instruction places students at the center of teaching and learning and student needs drive instructional planning. It is a way to enhance learning for all students by engaging them in activities that respond to particular learning needs, strengths, and preferences.
I also found these links where there's more interesting information. Hope you find them interesting, too.