Differentiated learning is where teachers prepare different tasks for different students. Doing this caters for students' abilities and their interests. Completing differentiated learning in your classroom for every lesson, everyday can be very time consuming. One way to ensure this task doesn't consume all of your time as a teacher is to make "choice boards" or "tic tac toe Boards". Both of these options allows students to take control of their own learning, completing tasks that interest them and are at a level they can achieve. "Choice" and "Tic tac toe" boards require the teacher to provide students with a number of different tasks about the same topic. These tasks should cater for all different learning types and cater for students' different ability levels. Differentiated learning can also allow for you as a teacher to explicitly teach one group of students as a focus group on the floor with minimal interruption as other students are working on tasks suited to their abilities and interests.