By the end of this course, you will have chosen ideas for your teaching area that will help to stretch and challenge, not just some, but all your learners, allow the lesson to be more effectively differentiated with no extra preparation and finally, be confident in changing pace to better engage all learners.

In part one we will consider teaching strategies that effectively allow you to employ differentiated techniques without having to spend excessive amounts of time preparing separate activities.

Part two will then reflect on changing pace within our lessons and some of the reasons why pace has to change especially with regards to SEN learners.

Part three will then allow us to extend our discussions of differentiation into stretch and challenge activities and finally, the course will present participants with one of the most effective ways to differentiate using individualised learner projects.

 

Date

19-03-2019

Venue

The British Racing School  

Snailwell Rd, Suffolk,

Newmarket

CB8 7NU

Fees

AoC East Region Member: £135.00 + VAT

Non East Region member fee: £ 250.00 + VAT

Non-member fee: £400.00 + VAT                                      

Accommodation

If you need accommodation please call Conference Care, our preferred supplier, on 02476 369720 and let them know you are attending an AoC Create workshop.

Terms and Conditions
Contact

Registration, programme & general enquiries: training@aoc-create.co.uk

0207 034 2640

Finance enquiries: finance@aoc.co.uk

0207 034 9900

Already Registered

Programme

Download Programme

Speakers

Dr Anna James

Anna has over twenty-five years’ experience working in the educational sector. After graduating with a PhD in Criminology from the University of Durham, Anna took a teaching and research post at the University specialising in the management of challenging behaviours and personality disorders.  Since then Anna has undertaken various positions, including senior management roles in FE and working as a consultant with the police, prisons and charitable organisations.  Using her understanding and knowledge of education and the people who employ the system, Anna founded MARCH to help implement and research ideas that can improve both student and staff experience.

Dr Anna James

Anna has over twenty-five years’ experience working in the educational sector. After graduating with a PhD in Criminology from the University of Durham, Anna took a teaching and research post at the University specialising in the management of challenging behaviours and personality disorders.  Since then Anna has undertaken various positions, including senior management roles in FE and working as a consultant with the police, prisons and charitable organisations.  Using her understanding and knowledge of education and the people who employ the system, Anna founded MARCH to help implement and research ideas that can improve both student and staff experience.