Broadening the View of Tiered Instruction: Tibet Students Cultivated in Inland Areas of China

Jiali WU


This article reviews a research on Tiered Instruction of Tibet students in China. We use the sample of a higher vocational school located in the Northeast of China nearby the North Korea. Throughout the observation of 3 years program of Tiered Instruction including the students’ stratification, teaching goal, teaching method, homework assignments and evaluation system of teaching results, we finally find the results of successful Tiered Instruction for Tibet students who are cultivated in inland areas in China.


Tibet Students; Tiered Instruction; Students Diversity; Students’ Stratification; Tiered Teaching Goal; Tiered Teaching Content; Tiered Teaching Evaluation

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