Differentiation -Learning Outcomes



I have been using this concept for the past year now and it seems to work extremely well. Not only does it enable me to easily track the progress and understanding of individual pupils, it also cuts down on my marking! (and what could be better than that?!)

The ideais pretty simple. At the end of every lesson, I remind pupils of the learning objectives and they grade their own understanding by placing their book in one of four boxes, which are rag rated in colour and industry job roles.

For example;student X might not have a clear understanding of isometric drawing, therefor, the pupil would place their box in the ‘junior design’ section, stating “Im just starting to learn this and I still don’t understand it yet!”. After pupils have left, I can take all of the books out of each section and differentiate work for the following…

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