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Personalised learning

Discussion in 'Primary' started by teacherman2, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. teacherman2

    teacherman2 New commenter

    <font size="2">Hi everyone,

    Am trying to integrate this but have
    never had training.

    I don't suppose anyone could advise? I have been
    taking Literacy/Numeracy lessons apart, through use of me, TA doing guided
    session useful to particular groups of chn. aimed at different levels while also
    giving relevant, to progression (differentiated and targeted) to other chn. as
    independent/paired activities.

    Sorry to be a nuisance.

  2. lardylegs

    lardylegs Occasional commenter

    Maybe it's the Pimms, but your message just seems to be a lot of jumbled up buzzwords...
  3. teacherman2

    teacherman2 New commenter

    sorry - didn't mean to confuse lol
  4. teacherman2

    teacherman2 New commenter

    Sorry if this sounds am confusing I was just wondering how other people run personalised learning.
  5. becktonboy

    becktonboy New commenter

    Jaundiced view: PL is just a cover for getting schools and teachers to accept the idea that PL was a. a good idea and b. only possible via VLEs and therefore everyone would have to have one and that eventually teachers would become unnecessary

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