10 Differentiation Strategies + Resources


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The is a 25-page PDF file is to support the strategies a new teacher must develop to support their class over the academic year. Downloading this file will present 10 key principles to scaffold learning, with additional resources not offered in the free version, including 6 editable slides to adapt.



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Date Updated: 1st September 2020Date Created: 17th May 2020 SKU: Differentiation Resources Category: Tags: , , , , , , , ,


Differentiation found its mojo in the 1980s after countless publications showcasing how ‘teachers could meet the needs of all their children’. The concept itself offers teachers some hope because as reflective and caring practitioners, we want to meet the needs of our students. After all, show me any teacher that doesn’t. If we didn’t believe in differentiation, we would be challenging one of our core purposes as teachers – helping every one of them. We use differentiation to gauge what students already know and what they still need to learn. We then differentiate through demonstrating what students know through multiple teaching techniques, and differentiation encourages student/teacher to add depth to the learning/teaching process.

83 per cent of teachers nationwide stated that differentiation was “somewhat” or “very” difficult to implement. (Fordham Institute, 2008). I’d still argue that this figure remains just as high for newly qualified teachers today. So, have teachers been sold short? I think so.

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