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Differentiating Your Lesson (Blank)

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Mhairi MacMillan

on 7 May 2010

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Differentiation What is differentiation? Why differentiate? Differentiate what? "Differentiation is about planning and assessing learning that meets the requirements of the curriculum and also takes account of cognitive abilities, learning-style preferences and an array of other individual needs."
Wright et al (2006) Differentiation Strategies "An approach to teaching which
attempts to ensure that all students
learn well"
Geoffrey Petty Image: Default State by Helgasms
www.flickr.com "Education is a ladder and we expect every learner to climb as fast and as high as they are able"
Geoffrey Pettty Image: The Ladder by Mark Griffin www.flickr.com Tasks
Resources Learning Activities Resources
FE Lecturer’s Guide to Diversity and Inclusion.
Bodmin: MPG Books Ltd
http://www.flickr.com http://www.prezi.com - our guide HART, S., DIXON, S., DRUMMOND, M.J., and McINTYRE, D., (2004). Learning Without Limits. Maidenhead: Open University Press. Accommodating individual needs and abilities Challenging the more able student and meeting the needs of the less able isn't "dumbing down" isn't altering your lesson to the exclusion of some isn't something "tacked on" learners have different abilities and needs to retain interest/engagement materials learning activities teaching methods pace of delivery support additional activities on VLE pair work group work learners - use them to recap, present, sum up, demonstrate mind mapping software to recap lesson use diagrams images for visual learners video clips from Youtube to engage learners handouts to reinforce learning use interactive quizzes use interactive tasks graduate tasks
easy to hard
Bloom's taxonomy mix of tasks
Mastery tasks to be mastered by all
Development tasks to challenge/stretch
each learner student centred activities discovery/guided discovery student presentation provide electronically so learners can customise them learner choice of media to complete tasks graduated worksheets, handouts adaptive release on Bb . . . and what it isn't:
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