Research Paper | Education Management | Congo | Volume 8 Issue 12, December 2019
Differentiating Pre-College Education is a Necessity in Brazzaville
Elenga Dorothee Bibiane
Abstract: The teacher's job is to take into account these peculiarities and use them to benefit the student's motivation and learning. Not to offer each student a particular path. This would be an impossible task and probably not motivating for the student. But to teach students to develop cooperation tools that will help them to progress and really individualize their learning. It is therefore a pedagogical revolution that we propose. But a revolution at hand, backed up by numerous examples and theoretical benchmarks in good generally mounted. Supported by numerous exercises and tests, the reader is in a personalized situation of pedagogical training. He can share it with his colleagues, or make this educational path that will allow a better consideration of the heterogeneity of classes and ultimately more academic success. A revolution that imposes to think tradition. It requires resistance to change, refoundation, evaluation of students, in relation to cooperation.
Keywords: Differentiate, teaching, learning, need, Brazzaville
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 12, December 2019,
Pages: 1124 - 1128
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