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The week ahead

Dylan discusses the week ahead and how it will be focusing on ideas of how to elicit where students are at in their learning.
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In this week ahead, you will need to think about how you could elicit evidence about where your students are in their learning. What do they understand, partly understand, or what are they confused by? By diagnosing at this stage, you can begin to think about how differentiation might work for your class over the next few lessons.

Dylan discusses the week ahead and how it will be focusing on ideas of how to elicit where students are at in their learning.

We will be exploring how these formative assessment approaches link to effective Differentiating for Learning and seeing a range of ideas exemplified by our teachers in their classrooms.

We will then be encouraging you to try out and evaluate the impact of some of the ideas you encounter in your classroom with your students.

We hope you enjoy the second week of the course.

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