Learner Preferences Series: Differentiated Instruction (ep. 32)

Join Dustin and I for an episode on differentiated instruction that focuses on the use (and creation) of instructional video content to offer learners a choice in how they access new information. Some students learn best from direct instruction, others from video content, others from reading or discussing or listening to an audio file like a podcast, and in the pod we look at how to efficiently create and also incorporate these instructional delivery methods simultaneously into your classroom practices.

This podcast is the third and final installment of a three-part mini-series focused on encouraging educators to intentionally differentiate a variety of classroom practices in order to afford students choices that will eventually empower them to develop a sense of their individual learner preferences. By then understanding those learner preferences, students can then start to optimize their efficiency, productivity, and learning in a personalized model.