Technology Driven Differentiated Instruction in Science Teaching

Mohammed S. Al-rsa’i, Mohammed F. Shugairat

Abstract


This study aimed to investigate how to implement Differentiated instruction in Science teaching by using technology. The analytical approach was used and the results showed that technology enhanced Differentiated instruction because of the diversity of technology tools and programs. Moreover, the use of technology in Differentiated instruction requires the hiring of (TPACK) model (Technological Pedagogical content Knowledge) regarding the interrelationship between content, teaching and technology. Technology also helps in applying Differentiated instruction of Science through identifying students’ interests, and the degree of readiness, along with the appropriate learning patterns for each of them. The study recommends training science teachers how to implement the Differentiated instruction by using technology, and sensitize them to (TPACK) model increasing opportunities of including this model in the science curriculum.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ije.v11i2.14700

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