Frames, a graphic organizer often used with the Depth and Complexity framework, have one big trap that I fell into for years.
These are ideas about which I’ve changed my mind.
“I want to challenge my students” is about the most common goal out there. Unfortunately, it’s not quite right.
I used to create extension menus, thinking they were an essential tool for differentiation. Overtime, I’ve changed my thinking. Here’s why.
There’s lots of faux-differentiation out there. In this article, I catalog a few anti-patterns: tactics that look like differentiation, but are actually quite the opposite.
Here’s the most common mistake I’ve seen in implementing depth and complexity: the “fill in the blanks” worksheet.