During the first weeks

You can arrange lessons that everyone takes part in, but be sure to allow everyone the possibility for self-paced learning.

Give yourself time to go around the classroom to teach those that need help in the subjects that they have questions about. In this way the teacher has time to advise students personally and in small groups. Continuous personal interaction with learners facilitates a deeper understanding of the student's weaknesses and strengths. This enables teaching and guidance to be tailored more individually.

Learning at different paces allows the fastest learners to move forward quickly, as they do not have to wait for learning permission. At the same time, the teacher will have more time to support slower learners without a sense of urgency.