Brain Research Supports Differentiation

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D. Teachers use ongoing assessments.

E. The learning environment supports students in the "risk" of learning (ibid, 10-12).

For more evident to support Soussa and Tomlinson in their assertions, a short review of the recent scholarly literature will suffice to bolster the conclusions reached. In the current multicultural and diverse environment that one is confronted with in most classrooms today, With contemporary classrooms becoming increasingly diverse, teachers and and other educational authorities and school administrators are actively looking for new approaches to the teaching and the learning teaching and learning

to minister to the variety of learning profiles. The new "deal" that is gaining

in popularity (finally) in amongst many educators is differentiated instruction. Subban's model proposes rethinking the structure, content and management of the diverse classroom, inviting

the different stakeholders in the process to get engaged to the

common benefit of everyone.

In the interim time that this model has been accepted by the stakeholders and started, Subban feels that is room for developing theory to give it more moment (Subban, 2006, 935-937)[continue]

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