Differentiated instruction as an answer to the complexities of the classroom

Considering the complexity that characterizes classrooms at all levels, differentiated instruction is a necessary path to follow in order to promote learning for everyone.

For this reason, we will try to provide practical insights into the different levels of differentiated instruction through posts.

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Let’s start by laying the groundwork: differentiated instruction is a basic methodological perspective capable of promoting meaningful learning processes for all pupils in the classroom. It is aimed at proposing targeted educational activities designed to meet the needs of individuals in an educational climate where teaching and learning are approached in different ways.



For further information:

  • https://www.cedisma.it/2020/10/19/cose-la-differenziazione-didattica/
  • d’Alonzo, La differenziazione didattica per l’inclusione, Trento, Erickson, 2016 https://www.cedisma.it/2017/01/11/la-differenziazione-didattica-dellinclusione/
  • d’Alonzo (ed.), Everyone is special, Pearson, Milan-Turin, 2019 https://www.cedisma.it/2020/09/19/4128/

We also notify the Summer School entirely dedicated to differentiated instruction: