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  1. You honestly believe that bright students won’t be bored in a class below their level and they’ll remain motivated without encouragement and stimulation? Wrong. Every child needs to be taught at his own level, or you will lose him. This may necessitate creative teaching methods where a class includes students of very different abilities. But to advocate ignoring the more advanced in order to focus on the less so is not curing the disease, but changing who gets infected with it.

    Comment by Ita Benjamin — April 8, 2014 @ 5:26 AM

  2. You honestly believe that bright students won’t be bored in a class below their level and they’ll remain motivated without encouragement and stimulation? Wrong. Every child needs to be taught at his own level, or you will lose him. This may necessitate creative teaching methods where a class includes students of very different abilities. But to advocate ignoring the more advanced in order to focus on the less so is not curing the disease, but changing who gets infected with it.

    Comment by Ita Benjamin — April 8, 2014 @ 5:26 AM

  3. That is all what is about the 4 different types of sons in Pesach seder. Teaches us to reach every single of our children according to their needs, regardless if they are our children or our students.

    Comment by Maria Levine — April 8, 2014 @ 5:57 AM

  4. Thank you.

    Comment by Roasted Locust — April 17, 2014 @ 7:48 PM

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