Ch 4: Adapting to Learner Needs

About This Chapter

This chapter focuses on adapting instruction to meet the needs of different learners. You'll learn about relevant teaching theories while exploring key learning considerations and theories on development.

Adapting to Learner Needs - Chapter Summary

This chapter is designed to widen your perspective on the diversity of learner needs. Lessons explore research, strategies and psychological considerations that can help you understand and address the different educational needs of students. Using the practice quizzes accompanying every lesson, you'll be able to confirm your comprehension of each topic before continuing to the next. By the end of the chapter, you can expect to have improved your knowledge of:

  • Using the theory, research and methodology of culturally responsive teaching
  • Teaching students who have sensory challenges
  • Adapting teaching methods for students with delays in cognitiion and social functioning
  • Instructing gifted students using the theory of Renzulli's triad

Chapter Practice Exam
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