• Use materials that interest the student and provide opportunities for them to explore those interests
• Have fictional novels in the class, or allow for extra library time
• Have an extra task at learning centres that they may engage in within the group
• Involve students when making rubrics or assignments on the criteria required
• Allow students to complete independent projects
• If there is a class test, provide a different test or extra questions to challenge the student, and not retest on what they already know
• Student homework should be adjusted as needed, and modified to interest the student, and that the student is not bored with it
• Incorporate the Multiple Intelligence Theory, and include their learning style into the classroom and the curriculum
• Use Bloom’s Taxonomy for critical thinking questions

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