Modelling To Close The Disadvantaged Gap

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The file contains an 18-page PDF resource pack and set of 12 slides/ideas that subscribers can edit for themselves to help adapt these ideas back into their setting. The resource is designed to close the gap and avoid students missing out important steps in school or online; modelling and direct instruction can be highly effective to reduce the disadvantage gap.

This resource walks users through ten important steps.


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Date Updated: 1st September 2020Date Created: 19th April 2020 SKU: Disadvantaged Gap Category: Tags: , , , , , ,


Direct and explicit teaching isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. Rather, it is about providing the right level of scaffold, support and inspiration for your students. When done correctly, it can allow you enough time to re-teach the aspects of the curriculum that your students are struggling to master. If there is an important element of the lesson that students haven’t grasped, retrieval practice is an essential component to support long-term memory. Reteaching is a necessary part of any curriculum scheme; all teachers must do it! The important thing is to spot the ‘gap’ in your students’ learning through assessment and feedback and then go back and teach it again…



1 review for Modelling To Close The Disadvantaged Gap

  1. Paul McCarthy (verified owner)

    Simply put, effective, detailed and correct
    Thank you

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