Eclectic ID Model

Strengths:

– Does not restrict to one perspective so allows new ideas to be formed

– Different approaches are useful for teaching various aspects a wide variety of ideas and skills

– Combining methods is a useful way of validating ideas

– The strengths of one method can be used to offset the weaknesses of another

– Can be useful to match the characteristics of more students with at least one of the teaching styles.

Weaknesses:

– There may be gaps in learning, if you are frequently switching curriculum

– This approach can lack disciplined learning and allow for laziness

– Without grabbing to one approach, curriculum choices and overall directions can be confusing and overwhelming.


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