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|Other Titles:||The Feasibly Assistive Framework for Taiwan's New Special Education Curriculum of 2011: A New Instructional Style of Multiple Threads|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
This article aimed to discuss the feasible strategies for differentiated instruction (DI) which afforded to improve the individualization degree of instructions in special education classrooms. Since 2013, New Taipei City started implementing multi-instructions and which could be a significant milestone for DI in Taiwan’s special education field. The instruction of multiple threads, conceptually derived from DI, could empower teachers to provide diverse menus for different students so as to fulfill their varied learning needs. The author explored the feasible ways to achieve DI, and gave a certain suggestions for relevant barriers possibly encountered in the future.
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