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Differentiation in adult education...what works for you?

Discussion in 'Trainee and student teachers' started by Hedra, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. I am currently researching differentiation in adult education and would welcome some ideas. In my own tutoring I am trying to differentiate primarily based on abilities, with Entry Level learners alongside Level 2 learners in Numeracy and Literacy. The groups are small to begin with and the learners are keen to learn together, but how best to approach this and meet everyone's needs? [​IMG]
    In addition we have mixed backgrounds, ages, memories, rates of learning, objectives, and so on!
    All suggestions and experiences gratefully received.



     

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