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Skip to 0 minutes and 7 secondsSo it would be a good idea to try some of these ideas out and see how your learners respond. Remember, it's more about trying to ensure that all students move forward in their learning from where they are and then planning the tasks accordingly. This may also be a good point for you to return to your Reflection Grid and use it this time to think about the design and use of tasks in your lessons. Next week, we'll go on to look at other ideas of how we can plan tasks to help all learners access the learning.

Skip to 0 minutes and 35 secondsAnd Chris, Andrea, and I will be facilitating an Online Question and Answer session where we will respond to questions that you would like us to answer. There'll be more details of this in the next step.

Concluding the third week of the course

Dylan pulls the week to a close and talks about what is coming up next week.

In this short video Dylan encourages you to:

  • Try out some of the ideas you have seen this week with your students
  • Revisit your Reflection Grid and use it to help you think about the design and use of the approach you would like to implement.

We hope you have enjoyed the third week of the course.

Remember that if at any point during this course you feel stuck you can post a question in this step.

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This video is from the free online course:

Differentiating for Learning in STEM Teaching

National STEM Learning Centre