A quick introduction to…….. Differentiation
Tristram Hunt commented in his recent speech:
Imagine, for a second, a school where every lesson can be tailored to the needs of each individual pupil simultaneously…
In Special Schools this really is our bread and butter, or at least it should be. So if this notion is something he is aspiring to develop further, then it maybe of value to consider how we do this in Special Schools.
Differentiation is an essential area of professional development, as when done effectively it underpins high aspirations and the success you have in making learning challenging but achievable impacts directly on both the rate and nature of progress.
When considering developing differentiation skills, one of the approaches that may be helpful is to consider to what extent you can take learning back to the point of birth. How can you enable every child’s learning needs to be meaningfully met within the context…
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