About Differentiated Learning
Differentiated learning, also known as differentiated instruction, is an approach to teaching and learning that takes into account the diverse needs, interests, and learning styles of students. The goal of differentiated learning is to create engaging and effective instructional experiences for all students, regardless of their individual backgrounds or abilities.
In a differentiated learning classroom, teachers emphasize a flexible and personalized approach to instruction and assessment. They recognize that students have different learning preferences and strengths, and they provide a variety of activities, materials, and strategies to meet those diverse needs.
Some key principles of differentiated learning include:
1. Content: Teachers provide different options for accessing and understanding content, such as offering reading materials at different reading levels or providing alternative resources, like videos or hands-on activities.
2. Process: Teachers offer different pathways for students to explore and master the content. This might involve small group work, individual projects, or collaborative activities.
3. Product: Teachers allow students to demonstrate their understanding and mastery of the content through a variety of formats, such as presentations, written reports, artwork, or multimedia projects.
4. Assessment: Teachers use a range of assessments to measure student progress and understanding. They provide timely and constructive feedback to help students improve their learning.
Overall, differentiated learning aims to create a supportive and inclusive learning
REGISTRATION TO PARTAKE IN A FIVE-DAY VIRTUAL DIFFERENTIATED LEARNING (DL)
Management of Ghana Education Service (GES) wishes to invite all teachers in GALOP schools
who have not yet gone through any of the recent 2023 refresher training on Differentiated
Learning (DL) concepts to register and partake in a five-day virtual refresher training.
The five-day training is to help equip teachers from the lower and upper primary with the requisite
pedagogies needed for effective implementation of DL concepts in their schools for struggling
It is also to help learners attain their full learning potential through improved teaching that caters to the diversity of learners’ learning needs.
The Headteacher and six teachers are expected to register from a school.
In view of this, Regional Directors of Education are to inform their respective Metro/Municipal/District Directors of Education to inform their teachers from DL Schools to
register online through the link below.
NB: The deadline for registration is Friday, 14th July 2023.
7th July 2023.
PRINCE C. AGYEMANG-DUAH (MR.)
AG. DIRECTOR, SCHOOLS & INSTRUCTIONS DIVISION