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Even though great care is involved in placing students in the correct course, it is possible that students may enroll in calculus without being adequately prepared, or a combination of other factors (heavy courseload, inadequate study skills, etc.) may prevent them from achieving success in that critical course. Explain how classroom instruction can be differentiated to meet the needs of all learners. When supervising the dramatic play area, you say, “We have room for only three children in the dramatic area [show the children three fingers].

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