Tag Archives: DI

Multiple intelligences and learning styles

We have been looking at various learning styles and Howard Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences (MI) and their implications in a DI classroom. My first exposure of these models were last summer when I did my CELTA, as with many … Continue reading

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Differentiating instructions and fairness

For my current session on differentiating instructions (DI), we came to explore the issue of fairness and how the ideas of fairness in terms of equality, equity and need relate to the philosophy of DI. Here is what I think: … Continue reading

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Metaphors of differentiating instruction

What would be your metaphor for differentiating instruction (DI)? When I was first asked to do it as one of our first assignments on the course, I was a little uncertain. I decided to base my ideas around a teacher … Continue reading

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Starting a journey in differentiating instruction (DI)

I’ve recently started an online course on differentiating instruction (DI). The first time I heard about it was from a talk by Robert Murphy, a bilingual lecturer in Kita Kyushu in Japan. From what I gathered, it basically involves the … Continue reading

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