Differentiation of Instruction in Teaching Mathematics


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Why should you give your students a Learning Styles Inventory?

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1. How could you differentiate presenting a lecture on the History of Mathematics?

2. Why would differentiating instruction be good for all learners?

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

With this quiz and worksheet, you can discover how well you understand the concept of differential instruction in math. Questions ask you about why students should be given a Learning Styles Inventory, along with how to differentiate a lesson on recalling multiplication facts.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

The questions in the quiz are designed to test your understanding of the topics listed below:

  • Differentiating the presentation of a lecture
  • Why differentiation is good for all learners
  • Where to find a Learning Style Inventory
  • Why students should receive a Learning Style Inventory

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use what you've learned about Learning Style Inventories to explain why they're administered
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about the means of differentiating a lecture
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about how to differentiate a lesson on multiplication

Additional Learning

For more review on the material, view the lesson titled Differentiation of Instruction in Teaching Mathematics. With this open, you can dig into the additional topics that are mentioned in the list seen here:

  • A list of learning styles
  • Non-differentiated instruction
  • Examples of classroom situations and scenarios