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Differentiated Instruction

We treat all of our students as individuals, each with specific strengths, interests, likes and dislikes, hobbies, personalities, and with particular ways of learning. Differentiated instruction is a dynamic approach to teaching/learning in which the teacher and student are both learners. The teacher is continuously learning from the students about their learning and tries to match her/his teaching to the students’ particularities.

Although implemented in both English and French classes, differentiated instruction is imperative in the French class. Most of our students are from non-French speaking families and learn French as a Second Language. Quite often in the French class, we have students working on different skills or on the same skills at different levels.

We want our students to feel confident, to enjoy learning and to build skills that will help them to succeed in school and in society.