We are delighted to be invited back (this time in person) to Brillantmont International School to deliver a programme which has been designed for teachers working with students
We are delighted to be invited back (this time in person) to Brillantmont International School to deliver a programme which has been designed for teachers working with students ages 13-18 years.
Drawing on recent and relevant research into student learning and classroom practice, will help us;
- To explore overarching principles of differentiating learning for all students
- To consider approaches and strategies to match teaching to the learning needs of all students
- To work collaboratively to apply and further develop ideas in the classroom – enabling teachers to share practice
- Purpose and importance of differentiating learning
- Approaches to differentiation centred on:
- Content – building on prior knowledge, using subject substantive and disciplinary knowledge to build sequential learning, modelling and scaffolding to support all learners
- Process – using formative assessment to engage and inform learners of the next steps.
- Product – identifying clear and consistent expectations for outcomes – applying principles of growth mindset.
- Learning environment – how ethos and physical environment can be adapted to support learning and individual learners (for example the purpose of displays to the importance of classroom climate).
- Applying the approaches
- Planning via backward design processes
- Conscious practice – identifying specific skills and ideas to practice in your own classroom
- Summarising and presenting your own learning on differentiation to peers
Participants will engage in a range of collaborative learning approaches during the 2 days, working in small groups to explore principles and approaches, and then apply this by undertaking collaborative planning activities and presenting an overview of their learning to each other.
The 2-day programme will also encourage participants to develop a ‘learning community
Jayne is an educator with experience and expertise as a teacher, school leader and senior adviser with schools in the UK and internationally. She has designed and facilitated a range of exceptional professional learning both online and in person and has a proven track record in making a positive and sustainable difference.
Jayne has successfully undertaken several high level roles including the Director of Quality Assurance with Nord Anglia Education, Founding Head of the Learning and Assessment Service in Birmingham and Curriculum Adviser with QCDA leading the development of the professional learning materials for the proposed primary national curriculum.
Her latest achievements include being commissioned to develop approaches to blended learning with Nord Anglia Education, writing and facilitating Initial Teacher Training materials in the UK with Star Academies and internationally with the Curriculum Foundation.
25 (Thursday) 9:00 am - 26 (Friday) 4:00 pm
Brillantmont International School, Lausanne, Switzerland