By Pola Papadopoulou
In an ideal world, all students in a classroom would have the same abilities when it came to learning, the same behaviour, and the same learning styles. There would be no need for contingency plans and certainly no need to adapt a lesson plan to a variety of styles. However, this is far from being a perfect world and the faster we learn how to teach such mixed ability and multicultural classes, the more students and teachers alike will benefit.
Why is it important to know how to teach mixed ability and multicultural . . .
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