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Teaching, Learning and Educational Studies
In an ever-growing diverse classroom population where students range in needs, abilities, and backgrounds, it has become more important than ever to provide differentiated instruction where students have the ability to work at their own pace, and are able to receive one-on-one time with the teacher. With a classroom makeup usually ranging from 25-30 students, and a teacher with limited instruction time, one might ask how this task can be accomplished. In the classroom, learning centers are an effective method for students to receive individualized instruction, and students can benefit on multiple levels.
Hutton, Maribeth, "Learning Centers: Finding Differentiated Instruction in Increasingly Diverse Classrooms" (2008). Honors Theses. 1701.
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