Meeting the needs for each learner is an established expectation for every educator. We want “all” students to succeed in their subjects. We want every child to strive forward and grow to the place where they can confidently get jobs and/or get a post-secondary degree or certificate. Differentiation is a key component for striving towards this goal.
“How do I differentiate through PBL?” Teachers often ask this question as they see the possibilities of planning and implementing project-based learning units (PBL). Changing practice to PBL from traditional instruction can be liberating for its potential to meet the differentiated needs of all learners.