The Mobius Effect: Addressing Learner Variance in Schools | Tomlinson

Tomlinson, C. The mobius effect: Addressing learner variance in schools. Journal of Learning Disabilities 37 (6): 516-524 http://people.virginia.edu/~cat3y/EDIS_882/February%2019_files/Tomlinson_mobius.pdf

In this article Tomlinson first examines the constructs of giftedness and remedial learners, as well as current practice and understanding of race and instructional decision making. The author then spends the rest of the her time discussing how to respond to learner variance. She argues for teachers creating inclusive classrooms where instruction is designed for diverse learners.

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