Learning: Differentiation and Personalised Learning – maximising progress in lessons for all learners

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Date(s) - 29/01/2019
10:00 am - 3:30 pm


Park Hill School

Learning should be a deeply personal experience. Children have a huge appetite and capacity to learn, yet not all learn as enthusiastically or effectively at school. That may well be because schools sometimes fail to understand and meet their particular needs and aspirations. Children come into education from different starting points, with different abilities, aptitudes and expectations. They often learn in different ways, at different paces and styles. Highly effective teaching should meet the different needs of learners: differentiated provision for differentiated needs.

This course empowers class teachers to meet the needs of all the learners in their classes, whether they be high starters (G&T), below average, SEND or EAL.

Aims of the day:

  • Establish the methodology behind highly effective Differentiation and Personalised Learning
  • Learn to use data and target setting to plan for differentiation in lessons and SOW
  • Gain invaluable ideas for realising effective differentiation
  • Learn how to support SEND and EAL pupils for higher rates of progress

Course tutor: John Medlicott

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