Learning Menus. By Michele West. Learning Menus. A type of learning that provides a “menu” of activities-some that all students must do, and some that allow students choices.
A type of learning that provides a “menu” of activities-some that all students must do, and some that allow students choices.
A learning menu ensures that each learner focuses on knowledge, understanding and skills designated as essential.
students will work on during a set amount
of time (ie, one class period,one week)
which they can complete the work.
A learning menu offers a main course which all students are required to complete completely. The learning menu offers side dishes which students have to complete a certain number of options. Desserts are optional or enrichment opportunities for students. The learning menu can be a short duration or a long duration.
Desserts (for younger learners).
Options (for older learners).
or diagonal line of activities.
Typically, a menu will include a main course which students are required to complete in its entirety; “side dishes,” from which students must select a designated number of options and “desserts.” which are optional extension or enrichment tasks.
How is the position of each number important?
Students should know:
Students should understand:
Students should be able to:
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