Strategies for effective differentiation in your classroom

Written by: Matt Bromley | Published:
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If we are to ensure that every pupil can make progress then a key skill for every teacher is the art of differentiation, both in their lesson planning and their teaching.​

For this eight-page SecEd Best Practice Focus, Matt Bromley discusses practical approaches for effective differentiation in the classroom.

He considers a four-step teaching sequence to aide differentiation, using Bloom's Taxonomy, mastery learning approaches and creating the right classroom environments for learning.

Download a free pdf of this Best Practice Focus by clicking the button on this page.

This is the first of two Best Practice Focus articles on differentiation. The second part will be published in SecEd's May edition (due out on May 9) and will also appear as a free pdf download from the SecEd Knowledge Bank.

SecEd's Best Practice Focus articles are published every month in our hard copy magazine as an eight-page pull-out section. They focus on areas of classroom and whole-school practice, offering research-based, practical advice and guidance.

To see a list of all SecEd's recent best practice series and in-depth focus articles, go to www.sec-ed.co.uk/knowledge-bank/seced-series/1


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