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Making Education More Individualized for Students


Individualized/differentiated instruction must have full political/administrative support to be effective, but education suffers a great deal of fads and shifting commitments despite the body of evidence on effective instruction being rich in years and stable.

Dr. Paul Thomas, Associate Professor of Education, Furman University

 

  

 

 

Expert Series Making Education More Individualized for Students co-authored by Valerie Harrison, Ph.D., Paul Thomas, Ph.D., and Brooke Culclasure, Ph.D.
   
Clearinghouse Making Education More Individualized for Students
   
Case Study Project Lead the Way (PLTW)
 

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