Approaches to supporting the diverse needs of maths and English learners (Code: C0757)
This course focuses on supporting differentiation on maths and English courses, in terms of learners' prior knowledge and experience of their subject, through non-linear curriculum planning and meeting the needs of learners with different levels of self-belief and resilience.
Who is this for?
This course is suitable for:
- Functional and GCSE Maths and English teachers
- Vocational and technical trainers involved in embedded support
- Learning Support Assistants
This course aims to develop participants' awareness of practical approaches to address differentiation with maths and English learners.
You will have the knowledge and confidence to:
- Identify how to design non-linear curricula that enable learners to make progress from different starting points in maths and English.
- Design differentiated teaching, learning and assessment activities that enable learners to make personal progress.
- Support learners to develop self-belief and resilience through the use of coaching strategies.
This is a blended learning course, which consists of two 90-minute live sessions and self-led learning between them. The live sessions are one week apart, giving you a week to complete the mid-course tasks.