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They draw conclusions, often unconsciously and often early in a course or grade, about which students are smart and which are not. They then proceed to teach accordingly, remediating some students and enriching or accelerating others. 31 32 Leading and Managing a Differentiated Classroom Teachers with a growth mind-set work from the premise that virtually any student can learn anything if the student is willing to work hard and if he or she has support in that effort. Such teachers aren’t interested in labels or past performance; they simply set out to establish an ethic of hard work and teach students the skills they need to work effectively.
Such a triumvirate of beliefs also results in many more students exceeding the unitary standard(s) we now establish. A belief in the importance of maximizing the capacity of each learner leads teachers to ask questions such as • What is this student’s next step in learning essential content today? • How can I help each student understand and contribute to his or her next step in learning? • What task will push this student a bit beyond his or her comfort zone today? • What models and indicators can I use to help this student understand what high-quality work looks like at his or her stage of growth?
Are all of the tasks I offer respectful—that is, are they equally appealing and focused on essential understandings, do they require students to think critically and/or creatively, and do they ask all students to work with content in authentic ways? • In what ways can I make certain that my most advanced students are being consistently challenged? • In what ways can I support each student in achieving and, if possible, surpassing established goals? • Is each student an active participant in discussions designed to help them make meaning of ideas?