Differentiation Pocketbook

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Description Looking at ability, potential and difference and including ways to modify a lesson, or parts of a lesson, for one or some of the learners so that each individual can achieve their potential.
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

Discover around 30 ways of differentiationg. How to plan and teach creative, student-focused lessons that challenge and support every learner and where engaged, stimulated and motivated students work in a state of 'flow'.

Evidence underpinning this approach

The approach in the Differentiation Pocketbook is underpinned by the research findings of a number of researchers, including:

Carol Dweck's mindset research, eg Mindset: The New Psychology of Success; Vygotsky's concept of the zone of proximal development (see Mind in Society); and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi's 'Finding Flow'.

How users/participants can evaluate success

Effective differentiation will maximise learning, enabling each child to fulfil his or her potential. A differentiated approach to teaching will lead to measurable improvements in pupil achievement.

Follow-up activities and support

Author Peter Anstee is happy to offer follow-up email consultancy. He can be contacted by telephone 01245 223855 or on this address:

[email protected]

 

Details

Discover around 30 ways of differentiating. How to plan and teach creative, student-focused lessons that challenge and support every learner and where engaged, stimulated and motivated students work in a state of 'flow'.