Yet, even in advanced courses, the students are different. They have different levels of ability, interest and preparation. Where there is need in students, there is opportunity for great teaching.
I have put together a five-page free printable mini-guide with suggestions for how to differentiate for rigor in the ELA classroom. It’s got some great resources, and a step-by-step plan.
I’m also sharing my fave tool for GT students – the Scholar Extension Opportunity.
Differentiating for rigor in the ELA classroom can be energizing for students and teachers.