Adaptive Teaching: Stretch and Challenge for All Pupils | Primary

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Webinar Duration: 59 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will provide headteachers, school leaders, teachers and teaching assistants with an understanding of the importance of stretching and challenging pupils’ capabilities for learning, storing and implementing knowledge through adaptive teaching. 

In this post-COVID teaching environment, adaptive teaching has become more paramount than before, as COVID has widened the gap between pupils with different learning styles and needs. Adaptive teaching’s focus on achieving set learning goals with pupils whose learning styles may differ from each other has become a vital technique for teachers to utilise as schools across the country continue to catch up with their curriculums.

In this webinar, Matt Bromley, an expert in school leadership who has over twenty years’ worth of experience in teaching and leadership, encourages teachers to recognise that pupil’s problem-solving abilities is crucial to not only their own success, but to help them in understanding why and how they’re able to progress in their learning.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding what is meant by the term ‘adaptive teaching’ and how to apply its various techniques in the classroom for pupils to engage with.

  • Recognising why it is important for teachers to implement adaptive teaching to support pupils’ strengths and needs, including the benefits of stretch and challenge.

  • Realising the importance of stimulating pupils’ attention in order for them to successfully engage with knowledge, whatever their learning capabilities are.

  • Exploring the different ways pupils may learn, store, recall and apply knowledge and why implementing barriers, or road-blocks in their thinking can improve their understanding.

  • Appreciating how teachers must ensure that pupils’ learning is contextualised, realising the importance of effective communication and identifying what success looks like.

Matt Bromley

About The Expert

Matt Bromley

Education writer & adviser with over twenty years’ experience as teacher, headteacher and principal.
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