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Students of High Ability - Bs to As

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Supporting Higher Achieving Students
Teaching Academic Vocabulary -
Marzano (2013)
Identification - what should we be looking for?
Thinking Frameworks
Stahl (1999)...direct vocabulary instruction ... significant impact on students whose vocabularies are small...growth is slower than peers
ASSESSMENT ITEMS
PAT - R; PAT - M
90th percentile
NAPLAN
Yr 3 Band 6+
Yr 5 Band 8+
Yr 7 Band 9+
ONLINE RESOURES
UNSW - Gerric
Resources PD Package

Learning to think - Thinking to Learn
Michael Pohl

Smart Thinking - Wilson, Jan (PETA)

AISSA
What stops students from achieving their potential?
Social acceptability

Dysfunctional perfectionism

Over-excitabilies

Introversion

MINDSET
Main Ideas
Mindset
Carol Dweck - the Scottish experience
Questivities
Centre for Confidence

Perception about effort

Fixed mindset - lack of ability

Growth mindset - Effort is a necessary part of success

Praise - ask how they got the 'A'
By catering for the higher achieving students we can raise the level of discourse in our classes
Student diversity advice
All students are entitled to rigorous, relevant and engaging learning opportunities
...

aligned with their individual learning needs, strengths, interests and goals
(Student Diversity advice - Australian Curriculum)
Questivities
List
ways we can cater for students across ability levels
Compare
and contrast a student in a class in which all students do the same task with a class which the student is working at his/her level
What would happen if
Albert Einstein was a student at Unity College?
Would you rather
achieve or flounder with your learning?
How would you feel if
we all had to attend each of today's presentations?
What
are the characteristics of a differentiated classroom?
Why
is differentiation seen as difficult?
How
is differentiation like a Zoo, gardening, sport?

Active questions
What questions would a student ask about how we cated for higher ability students?
What questions would a parent ask about differentiation
Topic: Linear Equations

1. List all the different types of linear equations questions you can think of.
2. In what ways is a linear equation like an expression? In what ways are they different?
3. What would happen if there were no numbers?
4. Would you rather be a linear equation or an expression?
5. How would you feel if you were a linear equation with a fractional solution?
6. What if you weren’t allowed to use pronumerals to represent the unknown?
7. What is the most challenging aspect of learning about linear equations?
8. How are linear equations like string, a playground, school, shopping?

Active Questions:
What would a linear equation ask of a surd?
What would a linear equation ask of another linear equation?
What would a linear equation ask of a student?
What would a linear equation ask of a math teacher?

AISSA Website
Giftedness = potential
Talent = action of the gift
The Australian Curriculum

Thinking Capability
Unity College Policy
ANECDOTAL DATA
Parents, teachers, self, peers, LSOs
PERFORMANCE DATA
Reports, ICAS, AMT, Academic awards
De Bono's 6 Hats
Blooms
Williams 8 &18
Makers Model
Tiered Assignments
Tomlinson/Jarvis
Questivities
Thinkers Keys
Kaplan's Research Model
Sternbergs: Triarchic model of intelligence
Marzano's Taxonomy
Developing reflective practices:
Fish Diagram
Venn Diagrams
Mind/Concept Mapping - Gifted children tend to show more connections
Y charts
Learning walls
Photo journals
Yes/No Positive/Negative charts
Sequence / Timelines
Frayer Model - Definitions, Characteristics,Examples, Non-examples

Metacognition - thinking about their thinking
Modification of :
Content
Process
Product
Learning Environment
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