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Use the resources below to successfully set differentiation activities in your classroom. From time saving strategies and ready-made resources to ideas for differentiated lesson plans, ensure you're meeting the needs of all pupils.
Whether a pupil is struggling academically, emotionally or with safeguarding issues, staff need to be alert to warning signs. Adele Bates describes what to look out for
Vanessa Burton provides a guide to easy and effective differentiation in mixed-ability groups, with some ready-made resources for you to use
Torsten Payne offers five tried-and-tested strategies that are easy to put into practice
With practical strategies and ways to differentiate without extensive planning, Amjad Ali offers time-effective classroom differentiation tips
Get practical advice for effectively leading CPD within your organisation, in conjunction with the Optimus Education Differentiation in Practice training course
The secret of good differentiation is to plan for learning and progress, not mere delivery. Richard Durant suggests ways teachers can adapt their lessons to meet the needs of all
Card sorts are a popular device to add variety to a lesson and engage learners. Here are four different ways to use them, each with a twist to stretch and challenge more able pupils