David A. Sousa


Differentiation and the Brain: Learning from Neuroscience to Teach More Effectively

Categories: Instruction

Based on Differentiation and the Brain

Like many teachers, Diego’s first year as a teacher was a blur. Most of his energy was spent on preparation for the next day. He was always tired and seldom felt organized, in spite of his attempts to use his time wisely. When he found a spare moment to reflect on how things were going in his classroom, it was nearly always in the moments just after he went to bed. Reflection lost out to exhaustion, and he fell asleep before he could gather his thoughts. Read more