What topics will you cover?
Week 1: Key principles of Differentiating for Learning
- Key Principle Number 1 - Everyone can develop knowledge, understanding and skills
- Key Principle Number 2 - All students need to be challenged in their thinking in order to learn
- Key Principle Number 3 - All learners in the classroom need to be motivated to learn
Week 2: Importance of diagnosing current levels of understanding
- How do Assessment for Learning and Differentiating for Learning link
- Assessing understanding
- Modelled diagnostic activities
Week 3: Differentiating for Learning by Task - Part 1
- Different ways of differentiating the learning
- Enabling students to access the learning
- Differentiating for Learning by Task - pyramids of learning
- Differentiating for Learning by Task - quadrants
Week 4: Differentiating for Learning by Task - Part 2
- Enabling students to access the learning through scaffolding
- Differentiating for Learning by Task - thinking organisers and help desks
- Sharing scaffolding resources
Week 5: Evaluating practice and next steps
- Reflecting on learning
- Linking back to key principles
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What will you achieve?
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for English-speaking teachers of STEM subjects in primary and secondary schools, and sixth form and FE colleges. It’s also relevant to trainee teachers, teacher trainers, those thinking about a career in STEM teaching and developers of STEM-related course materials.
It is a continuing professional development (CPD) course for people who, in the main, have a degree level qualification, or who are in the process of obtaining one.
Who will you learn with?
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