This lesson describes how to use strategies to adjust task difficulty for the whole class, as part of instructional planning, as well as for individual students who may struggle to use expected behavior when encountering work that may be too difficult, not interesting, or seem overwhelming.
- Identify and plan strategies to adjust the task difficulty in common classroom scenarios
- Why is it important to consider task difficulty when planning for encouraging expected behavior?
Equity – fairness; providing students what they need to be successful by taking into consideration each individual’s strengths and needs
Input Mode – How material is presented to students
Response Mode – How students engage with a task to demonstrate their learning