Have you thought about whether or not all learners needs are catered for, as highlighted in an earlier post?
Which of these images resonates with your perspectives on inclusion, differentiation or simply catering for every learner’s needs?
Multiple different entry points, well planned in advance, to allow access for every learner?
Or one broad, interesting, open-ended provocation that allows each learner to go to a different place…?
How do you cater for all learners’ needs?
Do you plan for differentiation in advance of the learning? Or do you wait and see what the provocation reveals?
Do you teach first, then observe what learners need? Or do your learners have a go, before you step in to teach or support?
Are there opportunities for all learners to engage in a complex, meaningful problem in different ways, depending on interest, ability and preference?
Does agency and ownership allow learners to learn at their own pace, seeking support when they need it?
Does an inquiry stance in itself ensure differentiation and inclusion?
Related post: 10 ways to differentiate learning.