Teaching and lessons focused on needs of individual students. See differentiated instruction.
Any strategy or instructional plan that allows students to work at their own pace and level.
Content and pacing of instruction geared toward the individual's unique learning styles, abilities, needs and goals.
Method(s) of organizing learning experiences so that the rate, degree, content, schedule, experiences and depth of exploration available to students stem from their assessed or demonstrated strengths, needs and interests.
The practice of giving lessons and assignments according to each student's needs and strengths£®Students work at their own pace£®Ideally, this kind of instruction enables slower students to master basic knowledge before moving on to more advanced language concepts£®Ideally, it also allows faster learners to move ahead without waiting for others£®However, such programs require appropriate materials with easily understood directions£®Sometimes viewed as unrealistic in crowded classrooms and in language programs where collaborative learning is emphasized
Instruction of a student based on his or her unique learning style.
Individualized instruction is a method of instruction in which content, instructional materials, instructional media, and pace of learning are based upon the abilities and interests of each individual learner.