Affordance 7: Differentiated Learning

Where individuals and groups of students can work at a pace that suits their needs, and where data analyses allow that these processes are readily and conveniently managed by teachers. This ensures that all learners are able to make progress measured against common goals.

Learner Differences in Old Classrooms and New

Personalized Learning

Valorizing Diverse Student Identities

Differentiated Learning in Scholar

An inside look at Publisher

Differentiated Learning Case Studies

Portfolio-Based Assessment in the 21st Century—Evan Hammontree
Digital Student Portfolios—Theresa Steiner
Innovative Items in Educational Tests—Lisa Nepi
GarageBand Music Making in a Digital Age—Jillian Baker
Differentiated Instruction—Aiyu (Iris) Zhang
Neuroscience & its Role in Education (UDL)—Kyle Ell
Differentiation in the Classroom—Karrie Zanetti
Mobile Learning Analytics for Sustaining Flipped Learning—Gary Wong
The Flexed Flipped Classroom: A Physics Case Study—Ted Heyduck
Khan Academy: Individualized Math Instruction—Michelle Rawleigh
Codecademy—Michael Conn
Diversity and Equity Online—Kate Nelson
The Flipped Classroom—Gary Wong
NROC Math Assessment and Tutor—Maura Brand
Interest-based and Generative Curriculum—Jessica Harroun
Universal Design for Learning—Michelle Rawleigh
Virtual Schools and At-Risk Students—Cynthia Exum
Scootpad— Elizabeth Felty
Automated Differentiated Instruction—Anastasia Jakubow-Rashtchian
Adaptive Learning Systems—Katie Mathews
Reflex Math Fact Fluency—Jessica Roberts
Differentiation with QR Codes—Heather Ochman