Creating open-ended tasks to allow for differentiation

Creating open-ended tasks to allow for differentiation

Presenter: David Innes
This online workshop was recorded on 12 November and is is 1 hour in duration.

Click this link to view the recording:
Creating open-ended tasks to allow for differentiation

Course description: 

The idea of building open-ended tasks means that students can work at different levels and paces on similar learning. It also means that a teacher can quickly see how to group students together based on similar attainment levels and target interventions towards those students to remediate learning difficulties. This course is suitable to teachers with long term temporary roles or aspiring to that work.

VIT PD registration requirements:
This on-demand redcording of the online workshop can be used towards VIT registration requirements. After watching the 1 hour recording, you will be able to click on links allowing you to generate a certificate addressing the below Standards.

Australian Professional Standards for Teachers addressed:

1.5.2 Develop teaching activities that incorporate differentiated strategies to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities;
3.2.2 Plan and implement well-structured learning and teaching programs or lesson sequence that engage students and promote learning