Monday, October 1, 2007

Diversifying instruction

I'm going to kick things off by contributing some information that Susan A. provided about a chapter she wrote on diversifying instruction. Her chapter is called “Using a Classroom Assessment to Address Diverse Levels of Competence in Education Graduate Students.” and it's Chapter 10 in the book Teaching Information Literacy Skills to Social Sciences Students and Practitioners: A Casebook of Applications edited by Doug Cook and Natasha Cooper.

She says this is "fancy way of saying, “How do I deal with the Newbies and the more experienced students?”" Does anyone have ideas to share about diversifying instruction?

1 comment:

Susan Ariew said...

Despite the need for it, to my knowledge, not a lot of folks doing library instruction diversify instruction. It's an area that can be developed a lot more!