My students often self-differentiate, adapting their skill sets and their interests to share their knowledge. This is a one day project that my upper level astronomy students completed on stellar life cycles. They were given three options for showing me their understandings, and many ideas resulted.
One thing I noticed was that these kids need some copyright attribution work. Pictures, and music, are subject to copyright, a fact which many of them seem to have missed. So while I am comfortable with the work, I see a chance to improve my craft, and that of my students.
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How do you differentiate in your classroom without a lot of stress? I'm thrilled to see ideas AND hear about teaching kids responsible copyright use.