Tackling Learner Differences

Kursus

The differentiation gap between the able and less able pupils seems to be getting wider. In this course we will discuss questions like: 'How can we differentiate learning levels?' and 'How can we integrate the different pupils in our classroom?'

Tilmeld kursus

As teachers, we are faced with more and more challenges in our classroom. The differentiation gap between the able and less able pupils seems to be getting wider, creating frustration for both the learners and the teacher. At the same time, the pupils are being tested at a younger age and expectations for English are higher than ever before.


For some, it feels like an impossible job.

Our mission as English teachers is to keep the pupils inspired, so that English
gets absorbed in a fun, active and relevant way.

In this course we will be considering the following questions:

  • What kind of activities can we integrate in our lessons, in order to stimulate the gifted pupils, at the same time meeting the needs of the less gifted
    pupils?
  • How can we differentiate learning levels in English teaching?
  • How can we integrate the different pupils in our classroom?
  • How can we differentiate our teaching without feeling stressed?
  • How can we keep our pupils inspired to learn?

If these are some of the questions you have been asking yourself, then please join us for a stimulating day of discussion and hands-on activities, where we share our experiences and go home with a bank of fresh ideas and inspiration.


Målgruppe

Engelsklærere, der underviser i 6.-9. klasse

Formål
During the day you will be working in groups, identifying and discussing teaching dilemmas in the English classroom. You will be presented with ways of supporting your differentiating challenges, using hands-on practical ideas and activities to stimulate your pupils of all levels.


Anvendelse
Kurset er praktisk
anvendeligt og til inspiration

Hanne Reinhold Dinesen
Hanne Reinhold Dinesen Kursussekretær
Karina Lund
Karina Lund Kursussekretær
Tilmeld kursus

4. februar 2020 - Odense M

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