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Supporting resources – Week 2

This week we’ve picked out some resources that can be found on the National STEM Learning Centre website. Sometimes registration is required to access specific files – this is quick …

Supporting resources – Week 1

This week we’ve picked out some resources that can be found on the National STEM Learning Centre website. Sometimes registration is required to access specific files – this is quick …

Identifying starting points

In the week ahead, you will explore how you could elicit evidence about where your students are in their learning. What do they understand, partly understand, or what are they …

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. We will be exploring how these …

What’s next?

We hope you’ve enjoyed the week. Further Study If this course has inspired you to take your studies further why not study with National STEM Learning Centre? You are invited …

Concluding the first week

In this video Dylan draws Week 1 to a close and summarises the main focus of Week 2 which will be on diagnosing students’ current levels of understanding. We would …

An educator’s view

Chris shares her views on what differentiation is and isn’t and how it links to learning and being responsive to students’ needs. Carol Ann Tomlinson has created some infographics on …

Reflecting on your learning

In this video Dylan draws Week 1 to a close and summarises differentiation as assessing the specific learning needs of each student, responding to those needs and then monitoring their …

Reflecting on what you’re learning

Trying to take in new ideas and embed them into your practice is not easy. However, as Chris explains in this video, using the reflection grid to help you focus …

Q&A with course educators

All online CPD courses from STEM Learning provide an opportunity to ask the educators more detailed questions as part of the course Q&A session. We record responses to your outstanding …