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Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils in Maths (The Gifted and Talented Series)

by McClure/Piggott

  • 160 Want to read
  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics,
  • Teaching of a specific subject,
  • Teaching of gifted children,
  • Education,
  • Education / Teaching,
  • Teaching Methods & Materials - Mathematics,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11903099M
    ISBN 101843123282
    ISBN 109781843123286

    divergent thinking ’ The Mathematics and Environmental Studies guidelines emphasise problem solving and investigative skills. The curriculum require pupils to reflect Able pupils need opportunities both to engage in independent learning and to work with Present an alternative point of view and challenge pupils to respond to it File Size: KB. Math can feel like a foreign language for everyone. Five experts share their best practices. When it comes to learning math, English language learners (ELLs) have a unique challenge. Unlike most English-speaking students, ELLs have the task of learning a second language and learning content simultaneously. Contrary to popular assumption.

      The most able students report, published today (4 March ), finds that many of the most able children who attend non-selective secondary .   Meet the Math Facts 1, 2, and 3 make learning to add and subtract fun and easy! With adorable characters that your child will grow to love, your child will be able to easily recall basic math.

    Addressing the needs of low attainers in the classroom 76 Differentiating and ensuring success 76 Varying forms of learner engagement 78 Expectations and challenge 81 Interpersonal relations 82 Teacher-pupil relations 82 Peer relations 85 Summary 87 Chapter 8. Effective Teaching and Learning for LowFile Size: KB. Use knowledge of the individual needs of pupils to provide literacy support Identify and use opportunities provided by the learning activities to support development of pupils’ literacy skills Deal with the challenges of the literacy demands of learning activities in ways that maintain pupils’ confidence and self-esteem Outcome 3 Provide numeracy support to help pupils to access.


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Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils in Maths (The Gifted and Talented Series) by McClure/Piggott Download PDF EPUB FB2

Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils: Mathematics provides specific guidance on: recognising high ability and potential; planning, differentiation, extension and enrichment in Mathematicss; teacher questioning skills; support for more able pupils with special educational needs (dyslexia, ADHD, sensory impairment) homework; recording and assessmentAuthor: Lynne McClure, Jennifer Piggott.

Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils: Mathematics provides specific guidance on: recognising high ability and potential. planning, differentiation, extension and enrichment in Mathematicss.

Book Description. Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils in Design and Technology provides specific guidance on: recognizing high ability and multiple intelligences; planning, differentiation and extension/enrichment in D&T; teacher questioning skills; support for more able pupils with learning difficulties (dyslexia, ADHD, sensory impairment) homework.

Specialist Maths tutors provide affordable 1-to-1 tuition to the pupils who most need individualised support whether to support them to working at ARE, or to stretch and challenge.

The Maths Hub of fluency, reasoning and problem-solving resources, CPD and assessment is then available to the class teacher to plan and deliver mastery led Maths lessons to the rest of the class. Meeting the needs of all pupils without differentiation of lesson content requires ensuring that both (i) when a pupil is slow to grasp an aspect of the curriculum, he or she is supported to master it and (ii) all pupils should be challenged to understand more deeply.

If you teach maths but are not particularly confident then meeting the needs of highly able pupils can be quite a challenge. Below are some ideas to prompt your thinking, and links to helpful information and resources.

There are different ways in which teachers can meet the needs of their most able. • Ensure that your more able pupils are identify in your planning - refer to the following Teachers’ Standards. TS1: Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and. challenge. pupils.

TS1b: set goals that stretch and. challenge. pupils of. l backgrounds, abilities. and dispositions. TS5: have a clear understanding of the needs of all pupils, including those with special educational needs; those of. The most able students 4 JuneNo. Foreword by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector Too many of our most able children and young people are underperforming in our non-selective state secondary schools.

Many of these able students achieve reasonably well when compared with average standards but, nevertheless, fail to reach their full Size: KB. But as an urban middle school teacher with more than 30 years of experience, I've identified some strategies that increase the chances that we're meeting all students' needs on a daily basis.

Book Description. Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils: Religious Education provides specific guidance on: recognising high ability and multiple intelligences; planning, differentiation and extension/enrichment in RE; teacher questioning skills; support for more able pupils with special educational needs (dyslexia, ADHD, sensory impairment) homework.

• Able pupils • More able pupils • The very able • Exceptionally able • Gifted • Talented • Gifted and talented • Those with exceptional talent • Pupils with marked aptitude Each of these terms is problematic.

Comparative terms such as ‘more able’ are not helpful. If one pupil can be “more able File Size: KB. "Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils: Mathematics provides specific guidance on: recognising high ability and potential: planning, differentiation, extension and enrichment in Mathematics; teacher questioning skills; support for more able pupils with special educational needs (dyslexia, ADHD, sensory impairment); homework; recording and assessment; and beyond the classroom: visits.

meeting individual learners’ needs: improving engagement and attainment Dr Cheryl A Jones, Ian Duckett and Dr Jill Hardman The 14–19 Education and Skills White Paper emphasises the importance of a system that is increasingly tailored to the needs of the individual learner.

This book File Size: KB. Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils: English provides specific guidance on: Recognising high ability and multiple intelligences Planning, differentiation and extension/enrichment in English Teacher questioning skills Support for more able pupils with special educational needs (dyslexia, ADHD, sensory impairment) Homework Recording and.

Use manuscript or lined ditto paper as a motivation technique (brainstorm the advantages of legibility with the class) If the student has difficulty expressing himself in writing, then try Accepting alternate forms of reports: Tape-recorded report.

Tape of an interview. Collage, cartoon, or other art. Diorama, 3-D materials, showcase exhibits. Strategies for stretching your most able students. I used data to demonstrate the need for change and appealed to the hearts and minds of staff, emphasising that our girls deserve the highest grades to give them an edge in higher education and the jobs market; that we should have the same level of challenge and rigour as top independent.

Planning and preparing lessons to include all pupils. most pupils will understand/know/be able to do ; a few pupils will understand/know/be able to do.

indicate how they can be modified and how this will help meet the pupils’ needs. According to Dickinson and Wright (, p. 3), the teacher can differentiate in a number of ways. The needs of able pupils are best served through an accelerated programme, spending the same amount of time as other pupils, but going further with each topic.

This approach should be supplemented by a more investigative approach to learning. Kupte si knihu Meeting the Needs of Your Most Able Pupils: Mathematics: McClure, Lynne;Piggott, Jennifer: za nejlepší cenu se slevou.

Podívejte se i na další z miliónů zahraničních knih v naší nabídce. Zasíláme rychle a levně po ČR. Providing work to challenge your brightest pupils doesn't have to be such a mammoth task, says one head of English. In JuneOfsted published a report asking whether more-able students were doing as well as they could in non-selective schools.

The report called for higher expectations to be placed upon schools where more-able students were. The most able students and mathematics at the end of Year 6 failed to attain at least a B grade at GCSE in those subjects.

We were particularly concerned that poor transition arrangements between some not prioritising the needs of their most able students early enough.

It was too oftenFile Size: KB.qualifications or into jobs that meet local and national needs. •pupils’ academic and vocational achievement across the curriculum. Inspectors will pay particular attention to whether the most able pupils are making progress towards attaining the highest standards and achieving as well as they should across the curriculum.

27 September File Size: KB.Resources which provide challenge and set goals to stretch pupils. These include developing the use of teacher questions and dialogic teaching, based on key research.

Mathematical challenges for able pupils in Key Stages One and Two. This book of puzzles and problems to challenge more able students.

National Association for Able Children in England.