Cue Learning blog 29 November 2021
Providing students open-ended activities and the ability to choose their own strategies will help teachers achieve differentiation, according to leading educator Rob Vingerhoets.
Mastering differentiation in the classroom and providing all students an entry point can be difficult, but it certainly isn’t impossible.
For Rob, a highly regarded numeracy consultant and author, it’s about keeping tasks open and providing more choice and flexibility with their learning.
He joined literacy experts Sharon and Phil Callen on Episode 53 of The Teacher’s Tool Kit for Literacy to discuss how teachers can best support the varied needs of students.