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Skip to 0 minutes and 5 secondsThroughout the five weeks of this course, we hope that you've developed and deepened your understanding of how you can use assessment to differentiate and support the learning of all your students. Changing your practice in this way allows you to be responsive to learning and more aware of your learner's needs. This day-to-day use of assessment can be used to tailor teaching to develop approaches that different students' knowledge and understanding. Research shows that it's high-quality, formative assessment like this that goes the very heart of good teaching. We would like to encourage you to keep on implementing, adapting, and developing ideas that we've introduced in this course.

Skip to 0 minutes and 44 secondsNone of this is easy to do, and all of it takes practice, resilience, and a growth mindset from us as educators. However, it is worth persevering with. So from myself and from Chris and Andrea, thank you for taking part in the course.

Summing up from Chris and Dylan

In this short video Chris and Dylan bid farewell and encourage you to persist in developing your use of assessment in order to differentiate and support all learners.

As Dylan concludes:

None of this is easy to do, and all of it takes practice, resilience, and a growth mindset from us as educators. However, it is worth persevering with.

As an endnote here is a list of Dylan, Chris, and Andrea’s ‘top picks’. These are links and resources that you may find helpful as you continue to deepen your understanding of Differentiating for Learning.

General/practitioner readership

Technical/academic readership

If you’ve your own recommendations to make then please feel free to post suggestions and links via the comments on this step.

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Differentiating for Learning in STEM Teaching

National STEM Learning Centre

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