One of the key components in effective differentiated instruction is providing students with the opportunity to make the decisions that guide their learning.

When teachers differentiate based upon their students’ various skill levels or interests, the impact on student learning can be remarkable. However, when teachers empower their students to make those learning decisions for themselves, the results can be transformative.

One practical way to give students this type of learning experience is through the use of activity lists.

 

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