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Jury is out on differentiation

“Differentiation” is used to mean so many different things the term is effectively meaningless. Most are hard to do, take a lot more teacher time/effort and are unlikely to benefit students. There is my opening statement and I’d be interested in your thoughts. It is not actually mine, borrowed for the purpose of this enquiry.…
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3 Nov ’18 0

A very AVERAGE post

Today, the first day of a new term, started with two short presentations from two of our PLCs (Personal Learning Communities) as part of “Monday” Teaching and Learning briefings. These briefings are important to my view of leading a school, replacing the much abused “morning briefing overload” with real conversations on what matters most in…
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31 Oct ’16 0