Differentiated Instruction reinforces children’s strengths, allows different children to be mastering skills in different ways, and encourages children to explore and process information through varying learning preferences.
If children grew up according to early indications, we should have nothing but geniuses.
Johan Wolfgang von Goethe
A child’s strengths are obvious at an early age. However, most children’s mix of strengths and learning preferences become more obvious after they enter school – it’s here they can explore realms that may have previously been unavailable to them.