Differentiation and the secondary curriculum : debates and dilemmas


    • Hart, Susan


Differentiation and the secondary curriculum : debates and dilemmas

edited by Susan Hart, with contributions by Sharon Camilletti ... [et al.]

Routledge, 1996

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [214]-219) and index



Differentiation is a key part of effective teaching and is currently an INSET priority for many secondary schools. By giving real-life examples, this book makes links between the theory of differentiation and some of the wide range of good practice already happening in schools. It explores the meaning and issues surrounding terms like 'differentiation' and 'equal opportunities' and offers practical strategies for tackling this often difficult area. The text provides helpful case studies written by practising teachers and gives useful examples of tested INSET activities.


Acknowledgements. Introduction. Section 1. What is differentiation? Chapter 1. Differentiation and equal opportunities Chapter 2. Across the Primary Secondary divide Chapter 3. Bringing out the sparkle Section 2. Differentiation through group work Chapter 4. Differentiation without fragmentation Chapter 5. Developing group work skills Section 3. Differentiation through flexible learning Chapter 6. Why and how learning styles matter: Valuing difference in teachers and learners Chapter 7. 'I feel wanted in the class' Chapter 8. Teaching and learning styles as a starting point for INSET Section 4. Differentiation through support Chapter 9. Finding the right worksheet? Chapter 10. Integration or Differentiation?: The case of bilingual learners Chapter 11. 'I belong here ... they speak my kind of language' Section 5. Differentiation at a whole-school level Chapter 12. Developing school policy Chapter 13. Equality: What else is there to consider? Appendix. Developing Practice.

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