When asking students to meet an objective, give them options for work products with learning menus.

Example:

When reading a shared text with a class, give them product choice on how to show their understanding.  Another option during writing is to give students choice on what product they draft.

     

 

Further Reading:

The Iris Center – Learning Menus

TeachingChannel.org – Differentiating with Learning Menus

Edweek.org – ‘Learning Menus’ Empower Students to Tailor Curriculum


Created by Kristen L. Hodnett
Reviewed by Louis Olander

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