Originally Posted by 3MTA3
I've seen many effective arguments against Common Core, and how it hamstrings teachers, removing their ability to teach according to their audience (meaning recognizing not all classes respond to an approach the same way- there is no one size fits all)
I actually teach adults often in my line of work (training) and I know that there can be no one size fits all. Every audience is different.
Pedagogy vs standards are not the same thing.
Your bolded statement is a sweeping generalization and is not a true statement. If teachers are taught to differentiate their instruction, their effectiveness will soar.
So, how do you differentiate your instruction in order to reach your multiple intelligences that you teach?