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Date of Event
7th September 2022
Last Booking Date for this Event
7th September 2022


The General Teaching Council for Scotland (2021) highlights differentiation as an approach to effective planning to meet learners’ needs (Standard 3.1.1).


Have you ever wondered, ‘How can I teach a diverse range of learners within my class in Numeracy and Maths?’ Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Over the last four decades, differentiation has been highlighted as a major challenge for teachers at all stages in their careers.


Like inclusion, differentiation is based on a set of beliefs that all children can succeed. Internationally and nationally, differentiation has become more common in practice as a response from educators to meet the diverse needs within classrooms. In differentiating, teachers adopt an inclusive philosophy and aim to support all children to learn by implementing a range of teaching and learning approaches.


This short course will explore the potential advantages and disadvantages of a range of differentiation models. It will support reflection and decision-making with regards to how we may differentiate to meet the needs of the children in our classrooms.


More information on this course can be found here.

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