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respond to learning based on readiness, interests, and learning profile. In this post, we'll explore the teacher's role for effective planning of DI, and in the next three posts, we'll look at how students respond. ("3 Ways To Plan For Diverse Learners: What Teachers Do", 2014). Collaboration In an understudy focused condition, understudies ought to be urged to work in sets, in little gatherings and enormous gatherings and to share what they have realized and made. Cooperation is critical in the event that they are to succeed. The educational programs composed and created ought to incorporate open doors for understudies to work together. As an educational programs master, I will team up with the educational programs engineer and the SMEs, and get
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5 contribution from educators and understudies to guarantee that the educational modules is upgraded, applicable and complete to meet the understudies' adapting needs and objectives. Conclusion A curriculum specialist does not work alone. It is basic for me to work with the partners, which incorporate administration, dialect administrators, the educational modules designers and also the SMEs in making an educational programs delineate, advancement and execution program that contains an adjusted course that is important to dialect understudies who will apply the abilities that they have procured when they touch base at post.
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6 References Education. (n.d.). Retrieved from Know the ISTE Standards for Teachers 2. (n.d.). Retrieved from 3 Ways to Plan for Diverse Learners: What Teachers Do. (2014). Retrieved from Why Integrate Technology into the Curriculum?: The Reasons Are Many. (2008). Retrieved from
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  • Fall '14
  • Educational programs, Curriculum Specialist

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