The Initial Assessment and Differentiation Controversy

The Initial Assessment and Differentiation Controversy session is designed to enable staff to:

  • set out a strategy to identify and articulate all potential barriers that may lead a learner to underperform or leave early
  • design differentiated support strategies to enable all learners to achieve outstanding outcomes
  • set out the ideal content of a lesson plan that will go on to create outstanding learning experiences for all learners
  • write low-level and high-level learning outcomes
  • write learning outcomes focused on the development of cognitive skills, physical skills and attitudinal change
  • set out the indicators and strategy they will use to evaluate the extent to which learning barriers are being removed.
Session resources

To support delegates in their post-session conversations and the embedding of the practice discussed, please find all of the session resources below:

Collaborative resources
Follow-on resources
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