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|Statement||U.S. Office of Education, Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare.|
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Adjusting self instruction programs to individual differences. San Mateo, Calif. American Institute for Research, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /.
several possible ways of adjusting self-instruction programs to individual differences among learners were explored in experimental pilot studies. the programs utilized a variety of response modes and step sizes, and presented topics within physics and mathematics to students of 8th- 9th- and 10th-grade levels.
scholastic ability, as measured by school and college ability tests, served as a Cited by: 2. Studies of bypassing as a way of adapting self-instruction programs to individual differences.
[San Mateo, Calif., American Institute for Research, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vincent N Campbell. The effectiveness of self-instructional and external instructional approaches to teaching math skills was examined with nonretarded first-graders and mildly mentally retarded children.
In addition, the relationship between the children's math knowledge base, language proficiency, and attributional style and their performance under the two instructional conditions was assessed.
The results Cited by: The adjustment possibilities in this figure are illustrative, not definitive. In truth, the diversity of curricular aims, the composition of student groups, teachers' personal pedagogical styles, and a carload of contextual differences make it altogether impossible to prescribe what teachers should do when adjusting unsuccessful instruction.
Why is responding to individual differences considered to be the cornerstone of effective interpersonal relations. Responding to individual differences is so important because the opposite is to relate to people mechanically and reflexively. When a person adapts to another person s uniqueness, good rapport is the likely result.
•Mass instruction: content, materials/support and pace of learning are the same for all students in a classroom or course •Individualized instruction: content, instructional materials/support, and pace of learning are based upon the abilities and interests of each individual learner •Does not require a one-to-one student/teacher ratio.
Self-instruction, individual differences, and mental retardation: American Journal of Mental Deficiency Vol 92(2) SepWhitman, T. L., Spence, B. H., & Maxwell, S. A comparison of external and self-instructional teaching formats with mentally retarded adults in a vocational training setting: Research in Developmental.
Lawson and Rice also used a verbal self-instruction method to improve the reading comprehension of an adolescent male by working on executive processes. 58 He presented with a very limited range of ways of processing both spoken and written information and showed significant recall problems.
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To help teachers meet the diverse needs of individual students, North Topsail Elementary School in North Carolina developed a differentiated instruction program.
North Topsail began its change with staff focusing on the principles of Accelerated Schools, including differentiation. Teachers reflected, developed a vision, and set priorities for improvement. Two studies found that the participants in the self-instruction group were better than those in the traditional instruction group, 28 Three studies showed that traditional instruction group was better, 31, 35 Four studies revealed that they had similar performance, 23, 26, 34 One study evaluated the overall performance one month after.
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tence. In traditional classrooms, these differences may lead to children being assigned to different reading or math groups, or being identified as "learning disabled" or "gifted." In reality, all children have abilities and strengths, as well as areas in which they require more intensive instruction.
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An understanding of one’s strengths and limitations together with a belief in oneself as capable and effective are essential to self-determination. individual motivational orientations and beliefs about learn-ing are relevant to cognitive engagement and classroom per-formance (e.g., Ames & Archer, ; Nolen, ).
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strategies is self-instruction. Self-instruction strategy is a self-regulation strategy that students can use to manage themselves as learners and direct their own behavior while learning (Graham & Reid, ). It is a strategy by which students self-tutor and self-monitor themselves.
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The content may be accelerated or enriched.Differentiated instruction is a teaching method in which teachers adapt their instruction to accommodate a variety of learning needs. Rather than simply helping students that need extra assistance.A teacher uses differentiated instruction to give every student multiple paths to learning.
That includes students who have Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) or plans. It doesn’t replace the goals and objectives in a child’s IEP or plan. Instead, the teacher personalizes her teaching to help the student meet those goals and.