How do you square the expectation that you teach the same objective to your whole class with the reality that not all children are working at age related expectations?
Are you under pressure to teach the same objective to the whole class? How do you square this with the reality that not all children are working at Age Related Expectations (ARE)? Most children should be working at ARE, but we know that some children need to be working at greater depth, and some need more work on the prerequisite skills.
Hamilton are here to help. We don’t want children to be bored and we hate to see children struggle.
We don’t want 30 groups of one, but neither do we have one group of 30 homogenous children.
So, Hamilton maths units include:
Differentiation needs to be manageable, flexible and with the main objective on the radar for the whole class. So, have a look at our plans and choose what will work – it’s up to you to manage the differentiation for your children. After all, you are the one who knows them best.