Differentiated instruction/training

DEFINITION: An approach to teaching/training that involves offering several different learning experiences and proactively addressing learners’ varied needs to maximize learning opportunities for each learner in a VET programme. It requires teachers/trainers to be flexible in their approach and adjust the curriculum, presentation of information and work experience to learners of different abilities.

SOURCE: Adapted from IBE(2013). Glossary of Curriculum Terminology, IBE-UNESCO.

HYPERLINK: http://www.ibe.unesco.org/fileadmin/user_upload/Publications/IBE_GlossaryCurriculumTerminology2013_eng.pdf


 

 

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