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Saturday, September 6, 2014

As we move forward, trying to support each student as they move towards success, we need to thinl about building on interests - not only for engagement - but also due to the strategies students accomplish around their areas of interest. This is a great article. Enjoy. Courtesy of ASCD.

Student choice helps educators differentiate instruction
Students' interests can help educators develop differentiated learning experiences, education consultant John McCarthy writes in this blog post. He highlights the advantages of student choice, tools teachers can use to tap into student interests and tips to manage student-driven assignments. Edutopia.org/Differentiated Instruction blog (8/25)Bookmark and Share

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