ABC of INQUIRY – HOMOGENOUS GROUPING
ABC of INQUIRY – HOMOGENOUS GROUPING ‘I looked at the horses and wondered how long it would be before they would be swept away and replaced with a McDonalds or television. And whether the Indian genius was strong enough to resist the homogenising and stupefying principle which has come to dominate the modern world, drowning us in inanity and stifling the desire to travel or investigate or criticise because everywhere will be the same – a global village of the dead.’ ‘Desert Places’ by Robyn Davidson
HOMOGENOUS: Same same…
Homogenous grouping is based in similarities or likenesses. It is most often seen or used for levelled work or learning engagements. Like all teaching practices it has its time and place and when used in a balanced way can be useful for short term interventions or guided teaching.
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