Multiple Instructional Strategies

 

To demonstrate this principle, the teacher must understand that every student in their classroom learns differently.  They must understand how to effectively implement a variety of strategies to reach every type of learners across the large spectrum of learners.  The teacher must incorporate critical thinking and problem solving in their activities and manipulate it enough so that every student is challenged.  To meet this principle the teacher needs to understand the different types of learners and thoroughly understand how to include activities that address every single student in the classroom.  The teacher must incorporate ability into planning and realize that in their class, no two students are the same, but they all need taught.  In order to demonstrate this principle, the teacher must vary their teaching style to interest and accurately focus on every single type of learning in the classroom, and change their planning accordingly.

 


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