Using Menu’s for Differentiation

Differentiation is often thought of as leveling the content, but true differentiation involves options for the process and the product as well.  When students have choice in these options they become more invested in their learning which results in a better quality product.  Menu’s are an excellent strategy for providing students choice of their product.

The menu below is a great example of differentiation and was shared as part of a Tweet from TeachersToolkit.

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