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Learning at the heart of Differentiating for Learning

Chris discusses how learning is at the heart of effective Differentiating for Learning.

Chris identifies the main categories of Differentiating for Learning which enable each individual student to make progress in their learning by:

Task Outcome
How we allow appropriate access to the learning for the students. How students communicate their learning.
Intervention Route
The roles undertaken by the teacher and others’ during the learning. Allowing students different journeys through the learning.
Use the grid [DOCX] [PDF] to help you reflect on and note different ways that you currently differentiate for your students. Share in the comments your favourite strategy and explain how it helps your students progress in their learning.
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