Students with different abilities

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Biruta Pjalkovska, modified 13 Years ago.

Students with different abilities

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Dear colleagues,
I am Mathematics teacher with quite long experience. However I would like to ask you share your experience what is the most appropriate way to work if you have students with different abilities in the class. I know - it is possible to prepare worksheets in different levels, but how we can provide necessary support to each one student. We usually assume that weakest students need more support but probably strongest students need our support much more to reach excellence in their work.
Is the spliting class in separate groups the better solution?
I will appreciate very much your opinions!
My best regards,
Biruta Pjalkovska
Kasia Zawadzka, modified 13 Years ago.

RE: Students with different abilities

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Welcome! I am a teacher of mathematics. I teach in primary school. In my school in the same class, children learn healthy and the disabled. Teaching takes place on different levels. To be effective learning activities leads two teachers. Although it is not easy and not always successful. Regards.
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Biruta Pjalkovska, modified 13 Years ago.

RE: Students with different abilities (Answer)

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Thanks, Kasia! I can imagine how it works. Good luck!
For other colleagues to make to answer my question more easy emoticon I make a small questionnaire. I really will appreciate a lot your answers.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/embeddedform?formkey=dE05NmdxclVuYUR1ZHFibjRqYjJYeHc6MA
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Biruta Pjalkovska, modified 13 Years ago.

RE: Students with different abilities

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I would like to admit - if the link doesn't work, just copy it and paste in the URL line and the questionaire will open ...
And I really need your opinion, it will help me a lot.
Thank you!
Andreu Català, modified 12 Years ago.

RE: Students with different abilities

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Biruta Pjalkovska:
I would like to admit - if the link doesn't work, just copy it and paste in the URL line and the questionaire will open ...
And I really need your opinion, it will help me a lot.
Thank you!


Hi Biruta
I tried to see your questionnaire but it was not available. Did you cancel it already?
Dora Metow, modified 12 Years ago.

RE: Students with different abilities

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Andreu Català:
Biruta Pjalkovska:
I would like to admit - if the link doesn't work, just copy it and paste in the URL line and the questionaire will open ...
And I really need your opinion, it will help me a lot.
Thank you!


Hi Biruta
I tried to see your questionnaire but it was not available. Did you cancel it already?


No, Andreu, I just filled it in
karen hamer, modified 11 Years ago.

RE: Students with different abilities

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Biruta Pjalkovska:
Dear colleagues,
I am Mathematics teacher with quite long experience. However I would like to ask you share your experience what is the most appropriate way to work if you have students with different abilities in the class. I know - it is possible to prepare worksheets in different levels, but how we can provide necessary support to each one student. We usually assume that weakest students need more support but probably strongest students need our support much more to reach excellence in their work.
Is the spliting class in separate groups the better solution?
I will appreciate very much your opinions!
My best regards,
Biruta Pjalkovska


we can understand its not possible to make the different groups of students as per the school rules and other reasons but for this i think the best way is to use math labs and techniques. cause visualizations keeps the same effect on all ability students. You alone would make how many different worksheets. I think it would help.