Curriculum for Different Ability Levels

One of the most difficult tasks for the early childhood teacher, is designing effective curricula for the different ability levels of the children within her classroom.

Centers, by the nature of their design, allow each child to work on his or her individual developmental level.

As they participate in the center, they learn from each other in many ways. They share vocabulary, and are excited about learning a new word that a friend used.

They ask questions when a child talks about something which they don’t understand. Through interactions, they learn to make changes and adjustments in their activities as they begin to cooperate in the center.

Working with children of different abilities in the center encourages increased understanding and appreciation for others. In the centers children’s different levels are accepted, building their self-confidence.

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