Differentiated Learning Makes for an Effective Curriculum

November 16, 2020

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November 16, 2020

Over the last few months, a spotlight has fallen on a unique factor in education. While traditional schooling might have presented distractions, learning from home has helped some students thrive! More teachers and parents are seeing how differentiated learning plays a role in student success. While some kids prosper at school and are great at oral reports, others learn better at home and prefer to demonstrate their knowledge through written essays. It all depends on what environment works best for a child and where his or her strengths lie in demonstrating knowledge. Developers know that curricula must make an effort not to favor one approach over another, but paying attention to each can be time consuming.

CSA Education uses differentiated instruction to develop lesson plans with multiple approaches that provide effective means of adapting to each student’s learning style. With a range of experience in and out of the classroom, our team has been able to minimize additional work for teachers, helping to keep these inclusive curricula in demand. Physical, emotional, and psychological conditions affect how students learn, and each student has a method that is best for him or her. While each approach might be unique, your curriculum can be adapted to any one. 

If you’re interested and would like to learn more about the team at CSA Education, please contact Ingrid Benson at ibenson@csaedu.com. 

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