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A New Approach To Education That Caters to Individuality

Differentiated learning, also known as differentiated instruction, is an educational approach that recognises and addresses the diverse learning needs, abilities, interests, and backgrounds of students within a classroom or learning environment. The goal of differentiated learning is to create a supportive and inclusive environment where all students can effectively engage in the learning process and reach their fullest potential.

Different Teaching Methods

In differentiated learning, teachers proactively plan and implement a variety of instructional strategies, materials, and assessment methods to accommodate the individual needs of students. Rather than using a one-size-fits-all approach, instruction is tailored to meet the unique learning styles, readiness levels, and interests of each student.

Customised Content for Lessons

Differentiated instruction may involve modifying the content, process, or product of learning to meet individual students’ needs. It can include providing additional support or challenges, offering multiple ways for students to demonstrate their understanding, and adapting teaching methods to match students’ learning preferences

How Can Differentiated Learning Help Your Child

As parents and educators, we need to recognise that every child is unique with different learning needs. Some kids need fast, stimulating lessons that challenge their abilities so they won’t feel bored. Others may grapple with a hidden handicap, such as poor working memory leading to a loss of confidence and self-esteem.

Differentiated learning is an approach that recognises these differences and provides a framework of teaching methods and materials to cater to each student’s unique requirements.

In our past experience, we have seen the results: Turning negative associations with learning to positive ones, children gaining in confidence and importantly, improvements in academic achievement.