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Maximising progress in lessons for all learners
Building effective inclusion and clear progression: raise standards, narrow the gap, challenge all learners
Ensuring value added: strategies for all learners to make significant progress
Challenge the commonly held myths and misconceptions of differentiation, including what is outstanding practice and what inspectors want to see.
Learning should be a deeply personal experience. Children have a huge appetite and capacity to learn, yet all do not learn as enthusiastically or effectively at school. That may well be because schools sometimes fail to understand and meet their particular needs and aspirations. Children come into education from different starting points, with different abilities, aptitudes and expectations. They often learn in different ways, at different paces and styles. Highly effective teaching should meet the different needs of learners: differentiated provision for differentiated need.
This course empowers class teachers to meet the needs of all the learners in their classes whether they be high starters (G&T), below average, SEND or EAL.
We used to teach subjects and classes – now we teach pupils.
Establishing the methodology behind highly effective Differentiation and Personalised Learning
What is the difference between differentiation and personalised learning?
What are the expected outcomes of differentiated provision?
How do we provide for all learners?
Barriers to high levels of progress (High and below-average starters)
The use of data and target setting by the class teacher to plan for differentiation in lessons and SOW
Using school data and assessment systems effectively
Assessment as a construct for personalisation
Target setting to improve progress
Invaluable ideas for realising effective differentiation including:
- Lesson planning techniques,
- Assessment for learning devices
- Questioning techniques
- Activities to lift the level of challenge
- Stretching the ablest pupils
- Planning to extend pupils higher-Order Skills ( HOTS)
- Strategies to support the less able
The inset will be delivered in an afternoon session, running from 4.00pm to 6.00pm.
It is preceded by a complimentary course, running from 1.00pm to 3.30pm:
Critical thinking and problem solving (A)
Delegates may opt to attend both sessions at a discounted rate:
Critical thinking and problem solving & Differentiation and personalised learning (A + B)