Tuesday, September 13, 2016
Reading Together - How to Teach - The Significance of Individual Differences for the Teacher
"Every thoughtful student of children must realize that inner growth, apart from training, has something to do with the changes which take place in a child; that he differs from year to year because of a difference in maturity." (page 111, Kindle Edition)
"Whatever adjustment may have been made in terms of special classes or segregation in terms of ability, the teacher must always face the problem of varying the assignment to meet the capacities of individual children, and she ought, wherever it is possible, especially to encourage the abler children to do work commensurate with their ability, and to provide, as far as is possible, for the rapid advancement of these children through the various stages of the school system." (page 120, Kindle Edition)
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