Perhaps this would be a question more appropriate in context with a traditional classroom like learning environment or a workshop where a teacher is surrounded by students.
I am curious to know how some of you as an educator might have experienced this or if there is an effective or creative way of handling this, without letting any student feel high or low or different? And also that we can make sure all of their learning needs are rightly addressed within that stipulated timeframe allotted to each teachers; precisely, a learner who is apparently quick and advanced doesn’t feel tired of exploring within the limits of the “wide wall” and keep coming back with questions, while at the same time some others who are not as quick comparatively, do feel equally involved and part of the team and are also able to keep up with the speed at which rest of the class is learning.
As an educator sometimes I feel this is a big challenge and it makes me think and approach every student in a different way… however sometimes that is not possible unless time is allotted separately to each kid.
Any thoughts? Experiences? Reflections from regular experiences? Strategies ? In short I am looking for a way in which every learner irrespective of their capacity of learning is making the best possible progress in their respective areas of learning. In an informal learning environment this feels better addressed however it might be good to learn different views of people participating in Creative Learning…