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Changing Teaching Practises

Changing Teaching Practises

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Learn how to teach efficiently
Learn how to teach efficiently

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Published by: sara on Sep 17, 2010
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United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization
using curriculum differentiation to respond to students’ diversity 
UNESCO wishes to thank all the following persons for their contributionto the development of ’Changing Teacher Practices, using curriculumdifferentiation to respond to students’ diversity’:Most importantly, this material would not have been developed without the efforts of Darlene Perner, USA, who has been working on it since itsinception. Darlene Perner has led the project, modified and coordinatedall changes and collaborated closely with several reviewers. Some of theseindividuals have contributed substantially to the development of the ma-terial over multiple phases, whereas others have provided general and valuable feedback: Anupam Ahuja, Jill Balescut, Maria Luisa Barros de Sousa, Rosa Blanco, Vinayagum Chinapah, Diariatou Coulibaly, Nancy Edwards, KennethEklindh, Windyz Ferreira, Rima J. Hatoum, Hala Ibrahim, Hegazi Idris,Gwo Jiuh Lee, Ragnhild Meisfjord, Lois Ndegwa, Sithabile Ntombela,Hildegunn Olsen, Sue Robinson, Olof Sandkull, Martha Speelman,David Stephens, Julie Stone, Sai Väyrynen, Traian Vrasmas, Roselyn Wabuge Mwangi.
In addition, we wish to mention that Sai Väyrynen field-tested and brought substantial input to the material when using the material in two provincesin South Africa via SCOPE (South African – Finnish Co-operation Pro-gramme in the Education Sector) over a two year period.
Published in 2004by the United Nations Educational,Scientific and Cultural Organization7, place de Fontenoy, 75352 PARIS 07 SPComposed and printed in the workshops of UNESCO© UNESCO 2004
Printed in France 
(ED-2004/WS/40 cld

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