For Each and Everyone: Catering for Individual Differences through Learning Studies

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Hong Kong University Press, Sep 1, 2005 - Education - 188 pages
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This book describes a three-year research project which built on students' learning experience, and addresses the issue of individual differences in mainstream primary schools in Hong Kong. The Learning Study model described in this volume presents a view of learning which stems from a humanistic interest, and stresses on the possible "experiences" that the student has gone through in their learning process. This project went through cycles of action research in implementing, evaluating and modifying a lesson. A total of 29 Learning Studies were conducted and the results showed remarkable improvement in students' learning outcomes. Participant teachers also found the Learning Study model useful in their professional development.
 

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Contents

Building on Variation
9
Making Use of Learning Studies to Cater for Individual
27
Development and Impact
41
Two Learning Studies
75
The Effect of Learning Studies on Student Learning
117
Drawing Insights from the Catering for Individual
133
For Each and Everyone
145
Appendix 1
151
Appendix 2
159
Appendix 3
162
Appendix 4
164
References
169
Index
175
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