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Transcript of Differentiation
Examples of Differentiation at Astley Cooper....
What qualities do we want ALL our learners to possess at Astley Cooper School?
students who take 'responsiblity'
reflect on their own practice
Triangles of inclusion
When inspectors observe teaching they observe pupils' LEARNING.
When teaching, consider the following:
Work is challenging enough for all pupils and meets their individual needs
Pupils' responses demonstrate sufficient gains in their knowledge, skills and understanding, including in literacy and mathematics
Teachers monitor pupil's progress in lessons and use the information well to adapt their teaching
Teacher's use questioning and discussion to assess the effectiveness of their teaching and promote pupils' learning
Pupils understand well how to improve their work
What does dependency look like?
Being reactive not proactive
Not taking initiative
Being told what to do
Avoid taking personal responsibility
When observing lessons, inspectors may find the following prompts helpful.
Are pupils working independently? Are they self-reliant – do they make the most of the choices they are given or do they find it difficult to make choices?
To what extent do pupils take responsibility for their own learning?
How well do pupils collaborate with others?
Are pupils creative, do they show initiative?
Are pupils developing habits of good learning?
How many tube stations can you find?
Work in pairs. Put your names and answers on the back of the sheet.
Roles (Thinking hats)
Write a short play script for this scene or the for the scene directly after this one.
Be prepared to perform it.
Compose a piece of film music that will fit the scene below.
'empreintes de pas dans la neige.'
Write a description in French
of the scene in the past
You are a policeman arriving on the scene, what are the first three questions you would ask?
You are the person at the phone box. Write a persuasive argument justifying why you did not go over and help the man.
Analyse the evidence. How trustworthy are the footprints in the snow?
The man and his dog leave home at 8a.m They are walking at an average speed of 5 Km per hour. It takes 15 minutes to arrive at the phone box on station road . . . . . .
P.E example : Health and Safety. Look at the picture - What potential H & S issues do you see?
More able students.
start to focus on these 'learning skills' with these students.
This needs practice.
= Teacher doing ALL the work.
Take a moment to stop and think about examples in your department where this is really explicit. Where do you show this well? Where do you need to add more opportunities? 2 minutes (bell)
Examples of independent learning
Adam - R.E
yr 7 class
Brain- book- buddy
Geography - Last year 7 Geographers taught GCSE outside of lesson time.
They achieved 100% A* - C
Sometimes it is good to throw your students in at the deep end!
Success in the classroom - provide: