Effective differentiation in teaching requires you to consider your students’ a) characteristics, b) voice and autonomy, and c) attention and learning profiles. It also requires consideration to a) build meaningful peer relationships, b) scaffold students’ learning, and c) create routine, repetition, and structure in your classroom.
This simple and practical downloadable resource is designed to prompt you to think critically about the way you implement differentiation in your teaching, providing ideas to help you develop an inclusive learning environment.
Several evidence-based strategies are outlined under each heading to help you reflect on your approach to differentiation in teaching. You can complete this individually, or with your teaching team.