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Skip to 0 minutes and 5 secondsYour list of ideas that you can try to support differentiating for learning should now be increasing. We'd like you to think about which one of these approaches you're going to try and implement in the upcoming week. Do remember, it's not just about having a good strategy. It's also about how you use it and what effect it has on learning and your learners. So, as well as sharing specific approaches, can those that use them let everyone know how and why they worked and what pitfalls to avoid? Next week, we'll go on to look at how your thinking has developed and what we can do to ensure that all learners, including ourselves, can do to continue to improve.

Concluding the fourth week of the course

Chris draws the week to a close and encourages you to try out with your students some of the approaches you have encountered this week.

Please also share your learning with other learners in the comments section below.

As Chris states the most important aspect of this is how it affects your thinking and what you learn from doing it. Chris suggests that as well as sharing specific approaches you try to also let others know how and why they worked and what pitfalls to avoid.

We hope that you have enjoyed Week 4 and are looking forward to next week where we will be discussing how your thinking has developed and what we can do to ensure that all learners, including ourselves, continue to improve and learn.

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

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Differentiating for Learning in STEM Teaching

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