When Ability-Grouping Program Meets Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)

“Taiwanese English teachers recognize the biggest challenge in the classroom as the gaps that exist between students’ proficiency levels. These gaps make it difficult to teach effectively. Multiple attempts including in-class peer tutoring, pull-out morning remedial instruction by voluntary parents and the after-school alternative program have been made to solve the problem. The most recent pilot of an ability grouping program (two classes, three groups) that provides a module of “pull-out” remediation for students who need support was reported to have had encouraging outcomes (Taipei City Government, 2016). However, little information related to pedagogy and materials has been released.”

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Juan Lin 阮玲

Juan Lin 阮玲

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