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We Are All Unique

I think we all know that the students we teach have different needs and often that is misinterpreted as meaning that for each child we need to create a different worksheet.   While this can be appropriate I think one idea that is often overlooked is the idea that students have different ways of working.  In this respect technology can provide numerous ways to differentiate learning processes for students.  Click here for some more on this topic.  Of course, technology is not the only way to differentiate.  We need to remember that every student is unique and each has individual learning needs and desired outcomes.  This video (made with Vidra) explains my thoughts further.