Differentiated Projects

Each student gets to choose what form the final project will take.

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Differentiation can be done in so many ways -  from the level of rigor, to how information is disseminated in class, to the types of lessons used during learning.  One of those ways being a choice of what the final product looks, sounds, or feels like.  A project can culminate in a song, an essay, a graph, a photograph, and many other things.  Couldn't our students choose their final product, making it easier for them to express their ideas in the form they feel most comfortable? 


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