Challenge and Differentiation:
Leading Pupil and Professional Learning
Challenge and Differentiation Toolkit
“Drawing on excellent subject knowledge, teachers plan astutely and set challenging tasks, based on systematic, accurate assessment of pupils’ prior skills, knowledge and understanding. They use well judged and often imaginative teaching strategies which, together with sharply focused and timely support and intervention, match individual needs accurately.”(Outstanding Quality of Teaching Grade Descriptor, Ofsted Evaluation Schedule)
Watch the video – Introduction to
the Differentiation website (00:50)
- How do you help staff to understand the importance of creating challenging learning experiences for all pupils?
- How do you help them design resources which improve levels of challenge?
- How do you help learners to view challenge positively?
- How do you help staff
improve this aspect of their practice?
These are just some of the questions Leading Learning’s toolkit will help you answer.
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