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Giving different tasks for mixed ability class

Discussion in 'Business studies' started by glynmanton, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. glynmanton

    glynmanton New commenter

    Got copy of LA report following ofsted today for school - Is suggestion mixed ability classes (i.e.) have different activities for differentiation going on in each class. Lovely idea but achievable in business? Is it possible to ensure "progress for all" if they are all doing different classes

    I differentiate by extend questions and directed questions - not be setting different tasks (I do have some up my sleeve for extention). Do any business teachers have any tips to share with me on the above- or advise on how a recent ofsted went?

    Many thanks
     
  2. glynmanton

    glynmanton New commenter

    Got copy of LA report following ofsted today for school - Is suggestion mixed ability classes (i.e.) have different activities for differentiation going on in each class. Lovely idea but achievable in business? Is it possible to ensure "progress for all" if they are all doing different classes

    I differentiate by extend questions and directed questions - not be setting different tasks (I do have some up my sleeve for extention). Do any business teachers have any tips to share with me on the above- or advise on how a recent ofsted went?

    Many thanks
     
  3. glynmanton

    glynmanton New commenter

    Thanks for the tips- I like the "their" I do use but not enough and I probably spend too much time getting the explaination (theory right)
    Goo idea about giving the same task but alowing the output to change as result of student imput.
     

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