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Differentiation in the History classroom: High challenge and maximum support

History 11-18 Teacher Training

Simon Beale

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Book before 17th June to get 20% off all in-person teacher workshops. Use discount code WT0003866

Why attend?

Build your own evidence-based toolkit of differentiation strategies, as you discover what successful differentiation looks like and how it’s resourced.

  • Be guided through the various theories and trends around differentiation, looking at research studies and experiences from the History teaching community
  • Feel completely confident in delivering challenging content to all students, from KS3 to A-level
  • Discover a range of strategies that will ensure that all students are able to access the History curriculum
  • Develop your teaching practice and reflect with colleagues on your collective learnings and key takeaways

Booking reference:  HIS070722
Hodder code: 1221070722 / 1222080722 /  1221300622

Programme

10.00am Registration and refreshments
10.05am The history of differentiation
  • How approaches have changed
  • The differences between sets and mixed ability classrooms
11.05am Morning break
11.20am What the research says
  • A guide through the different studies of differentiation
  • What History teachers have found out
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm The History differentiation toolkit
  • A range of strategies to give all students greater access to the History curriculum
2.30pm Afternoon break
2.45pm Wrap up and action plan
  • Bringing together the importance of an evidence-informed approach
  • Creating an action plan to lead on improving differentiation in your department
3.45pm Review and reflect
4.00pm Workshop ends

Why attend?

Build your own evidence-based toolkit of differentiation strategies, as you discover what successful differentiation looks like and how it’s resourced.

  • Be guided through the various theories and trends around differentiation, looking at research studies and experiences from the History teaching community
  • Feel completely confident in delivering challenging content to all students, from KS3 to A-level
  • Discover a range of strategies that will ensure that all students are able to access the History curriculum
  • Develop your teaching practice and reflect with colleagues on your collective learnings and key takeaways

Booking reference:  HIS070722
Hodder code: 1221070722 / 1222080722 /  1221300622

Programme

10.00am Registration and refreshments
10.05am The history of differentiation
  • How approaches have changed
  • The differences between sets and mixed ability classrooms
11.05am Morning break
11.20am What the research says
  • A guide through the different studies of differentiation
  • What History teachers have found out
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm The History differentiation toolkit
  • A range of strategies to give all students greater access to the History curriculum
2.30pm Afternoon break
2.45pm Wrap up and action plan
  • Bringing together the importance of an evidence-informed approach
  • Creating an action plan to lead on improving differentiation in your department
3.45pm Review and reflect
4.00pm Workshop ends

Why attend?

Build your own evidence-based toolkit of differentiation strategies, as you discover what successful differentiation looks like and how it’s resourced.

  • Be guided through the various theories and trends around differentiation, looking at research studies and experiences from the History teaching community
  • Feel completely confident in delivering challenging content to all students, from KS3 to A-level
  • Discover a range of strategies that will ensure that all students are able to access the History curriculum
  • Develop your teaching practice and reflect with colleagues on your collective learnings and key takeaways

Booking reference:  HIS070722
Hodder code: 1221070722 / 1222080722 /  1221300622

Programme

10.00am Registration and refreshments
10.05am The history of differentiation
  • How approaches have changed
  • The differences between sets and mixed ability classrooms
11.05am Morning break
11.20am What the research says
  • A guide through the different studies of differentiation
  • What History teachers have found out
12.30pm Lunch
1.30pm The History differentiation toolkit
  • A range of strategies to give all students greater access to the History curriculum
2.30pm Afternoon break
2.45pm Wrap up and action plan
  • Bringing together the importance of an evidence-informed approach
  • Creating an action plan to lead on improving differentiation in your department
3.45pm Review and reflect
4.00pm Workshop ends

Presenters

Simon Beale - Presenter
Simon Beale - Presenter
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Presenters

Simon Beale - Presenter
Simon Beale - Presenter
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Presenters

Simon Beale - Presenter
Simon Beale - Presenter
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Venue

1221070722
etc. venues, Chancery Lane (provisional venue)
50-52 Chancery Lane
London
WC2A 1HL
Please note: this event is not confirmed to run yet but to help you plan your potential journey to London, we wanted to provide you with the provisional venue..

We want to assure you that your safety is our number one priority. To find out about what safety measures we have in place to ensure our events are COVID-secure, please visit our Event Safety page.

Venue

1222080722
Venue TBC
Central Manchester

We want to assure you that your safety is our number one priority. To find out about what safety measures we have in place to ensure our events are COVID-secure, please visit our Event Safety page.

If the guidance restricts us from running this event in a venue, we will host it as an online webinar; if you are interested in registering for an online version, please send us an email.

Venue

1221300622
Venue TBC
Central Manchester

We want to assure you that your safety is our number one priority. To find out about what safety measures we have in place to ensure our events are COVID-secure, please visit our Event Safety page.

If the guidance restricts us from running this event in a venue, we will host it as an online webinar; if you are interested in registering for an online version, please send us an email.