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Stretch and Challenge

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James Woodward

on 4 September 2012

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Transcript of Stretch and Challenge

Stretch and Challenge Faculty of Maths and Science Every student should be taken out of their Every student needs to be stretched in their own way. We need to develop activities so that everyone is challenged regardless of their ability. How can we do this? By giving Students a large amount of questions of varying difficulty, and a set amount of time, the student can find the questions that are appropriate to their level. They can then push themselves to try harder questions once they feel comfortable. Allowing students to find their own level Make sure that all students can get involved in open discussions. The discussions can then be tailored to each students own level. Open discussions By giving the students open ended tasks, some students will be able to really stretch themselves and go deeper into the subject. Open Tasks By using online websites such as Facebook or twitter, extra tasks can be given to the students anytime! You can give them resources and pose questions that go beyond the scope of the syllabus and really help them explore the subject in more depth. Communicating using Social Networking or forums Every student will be using facebook so this is an excellent communication tool! How do you stretch and challenge your students?

How could you use some of the methods in your lessons? Now it's time to share! Comfort zone!
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