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TIPS ON STUDENT DIVERSITY
Transcript of TIPS ON STUDENT DIVERSITY
1. Encourage learners
to share their personal
2. Integrate learning experiences
and activities which promote
students' multi-cultural and
3. Aside from highlighting diversity, identify patterns of unity that transcend
4. Communicate high expectations to students from all sub- groups.
"Every human is, at the same time, like all other humans , like some humans, and like no other human"- Clyde Kluckholn
WE ARE ALL
IN DIFFERENT WAYS
5. Use varied instructional methods to accommodate student diversity in learning styles.
6.Vary the examples you use to illustrate concepts in order to provide multiple contexts that are relevant to students from diverse backgrounds.
7. Adapt to the student's diverse backgrounds and learning styles by allowing them personal choice and decision-making opportunities concerning what they will learn and how they will learn it.
8. Diversify your methods of assessing and evaluating student learning.
9.Purposely, form small-discussion groups from diverse backgrounds.
HOW TO DRAW THEM IN
1. effective questioning techniques
2. assign role of a reporter in small- group discussions
3. have them engaged in paired discussions with another classmate
4. schedule instructor-student conference outside the classroom
diversify the sensory-perceptual modalities
hands on experiences
b. interdependent learning
a. promotes positive student attitudes
toward the subject matter
b. fosters more positive interactions
c. students work more consistently with lesser teacher intervention
a. individually-delivered oral reports
b. panel presentations
c. group projects
d. visual presentations
e. dramatic vignettes
periodically place students in homogenous groups on the basis of shared demographic characteristics
try to form groups of students who are
with respect to one demographic characteristics but
with respect to another
have students complete information cards/index cards during the 1st week of class and use this information to select examples or illustrations that are relevant to their personal interests and experiences
use ideas, comments and questions that students raise in class to help you think of examples and illustrations to use
ask students to provide their own examples of concepts, based on experiences drawn from their personal lives
have students apply concepts by placing them in a situation or context that is relevant to their lives
power point presentations
a. the instructor is removed from center stage, thereby reducing the likelihood that the teacher is perceived as the ultimate authority,
b. students are exposed to the perspective of other students thus increasing their application of multiple viewpoints and different approaches to learning