If one examines the terminology that is a part of education today, it becomes evident that the teacher is responsible for more than factual presentations. Accountability, humanism, credibility, and personalization are just a few of the new terms being applied to the teachers working vocabulary. All teachers, including science teachers, are constantly being asked to meet the needs of all their students, not just a selected few. This is especially true now, since nationwide science class enrollments are declining. Individualized instruction is a part of the new terminology and, in a limited amount of space, it is also the topic of this article.
Iowa Science Teachers Journal
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Kelly, James L.
"A Brief Look at Individualized Instruction,"
Iowa Science Teachers Journal: Vol. 13
, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uni.edu/istj/vol13/iss1/6