Should teachers adapt to learners, or learners to teachers?

Yim Ping Joanne CHUK

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Abstract

Catering for learner diversity remains a fascinating topic for teacher educators when teachers are increasingly asked to produce differentiated materials for different groups of learners in the local school context. Why is it challenging for teachers and teacher educators to cater for learner diversity? How do we cater for learner diversity? This presentation addresses these questions with details of a Knowledge-Transfer project which aims to support English teachers in Hong Kong. Copyright © 2010 The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2015

Citation

Chuk, Y. P. J. (2015, April). Should teachers adapt to learners, or learners to teachers?. Sharing sessions conducted at the knowledge transfer (KT) sharing sessions, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, China.

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