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In a world where schools are held accountable for performance and improvement as measured by high-stakes tests, a uniform teaching-to-the-test methodology is failing to meet the needs of the diverse range of students in today’s classrooms. The paper analyses how differentiated instruction can provide inclusive learning environments for all pupils including those with special educational needs. It delves into the benefits of using differentiated instruction across the curriculum, looks at a number of practical and effective strategies and effective activities that can be applied and reflects on the relevance of differentiated instruction to the Macedonian context.
DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION TO MEET THE NEEDS AND INTERESTS OF ALL STUDENTS AND ITS RELEVANCE TO THE MACEDONIAN CONTEXT by Feriha Ramadan is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
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Feriha Ramadan has spent eight years as a Teacher of English in Istanbul, Turkey. She taught English B as a part of the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme and served as a CAS (Creativity – Action – Service) Coordinator. In 2009, she was trained by the Council of International Schools (CIS) and New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) as a member of the accreditation visiting team. Feriha Ramadan holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in English Language Teaching from Selcuk University in Turkey and a Master of Education (Med) degree in International Education from Endicott College – Beverly USA. At the moment she is doing her Master degree in Erasmus Mundus Special and Inclusive Education.