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Published: 16/04/2018
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Getting to know your learners

A resource written for us by Sue Cowley. Five top tips for getting to know your learners and planning for effective differentiation when you teach. Sue's advice includes ways you can:

  • do your research
  • learn students' names
  • keep communication channels open
  • capitalise on students' interests
  • share examples of work on transition.

This resource accompanies Sue's article 'Reclaim differentiation' where she outlines the moral and ethical obligation of differentiation and elaborates on why differentiation is essentially good teaching, because it is at the root of building relationships with our students.


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T Carlson
T Carlson
Looking to next year, how I can change up September activities.
Posted on 29th January 2020

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