There are probably students in your class who have difficulty completing assignments and are in need of additional intervention or assistance. How do you reach these learners as well as the rest of the class? The first step is to remember to keep the focus of your lesson on your original lesson objective. It is also important to keep your expectations high and look for ways to modify assignments or make accommodations that will allow diverse learners to interact with the exact same assignment as their peers. In class activities, heterogeneous grouping is a useful strategy
As you write your lessons, plan for multiple intelligences. Try to teach each main concept through several different modalities such as linguistic, mathematical-logical, kinesthetic and spatial.