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Differentiation in Maths

 

In my Phase 2 placement, the school took a differentiated approach to Maths. This meant that they planned their lesson daily, with the first lesson being a whole class input and the follow up lesson being planned for differentiated groups.

I really enjoyed this approach as it allowed all children to progress to the level which suited them. It gave children the opportunity to either revisit a particular area or to attempt the next steps at Greater Depth.

Although this meant that they was more preparation for the lesson, with many activities being planned, children progressed at significant amounts.

Above are examples of the differentiated activities. The main focus of the class was to try and get on to the next steps which was problem solving.

TARGET: Continue to explore differentiation techniques.

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