By Colin Sloper and Gavin Grift
Problems arise when teachers and schools don’t have clarity on the standard of achievement they expect from students.
One of these problems is that teachers can simply wind up comparing students to one another – rather than to a clear standard set in the curriculum. Another is when a teacher adapts the curriculum to try and help a struggling student but inadvertently puts them on a trajectory of falling further and further behind.
Today we’re looking at what you can do to ensure your students stay on the right track.