Did you ever read a choose-your-own-adventure book? If so, you know that the reader controlled what happened in the story. Differentiation should be the same way. Students who need help should get it, and those who have mastered content should be able to move on. Further, it should not be labor-intensive for teachers to set up such differentiation and try to keep up with which student is on what track. Today, let’s explore innovative uses of OneNote, Microsoft Forms, and Canvas LMS, three tools with features that make differentiation easier and even automatic.
In OneNote, we will:
- explore the individual and groups distribution features
- see how you can reward students with badges using those features
In Forms, we will:
- turn on the branching feature
- try a sample branched activity
In Canvas, we will:
- create a module
- turn on the Mastery Paths feature
Intrigued? Watch the video embedded below, taken from my Tuesday weekly Facebook Live session at 8PM EST, where I discuss all the features in detail and show them in action. Like the page now so you never miss another video!
With Tech and Twang,