Agora 2019-2 Inclusion and Differentiation

Inclusion and Differentiation | Agora vol. 54 no. 2 (2019)

Inclusion and Differentiation

Agora vol. 54 no.2 (2019)

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REFLECTION/EDITORIAL

Reflection Rosalie Triolo

Editorial Katrina Burge


THEMA
Reflections on the theme

Teaching History in a Culturally Diverse Classroom

Bronwyn Cook

The Musings of a Victorian Government Secondary School Teacher of History

A Differentiated Approach to Historical Inquiry

Gemma Scarparolo

How to motivate and engage students through differentiation in historical inquiry

Handout: First Fleet Narrative Assignment

Using Data to Target Teaching

Ben Lawless

Effective assessment is the key to improved teaching and individualised learning

Challenges and Checklists: Implementing Differentiation

Wouter Smets

Pedagogy provides a solid rationale for differentiated instruction in the History classroom, but this is not always an easy skill for teachers to acquire


PRAKTIKOS
Teaching ideas

Teaching from an Overflow: Develop, Deliver, Differentiate

Erin Bagot and Rodney Latham

Tried and tested techniques, combined with a love of history, make differentiated instruction rewarding for teachers as well as students

Finding the Right Words: Literacy in the History Classroom

Alexis Watson and Stephania Johnson-Turner

Set your students up for success by implementing literacy strategies to improve historical understanding and skills

Handout: Rights and Freedoms Bingo Cards
Handout: Vocabulary Knowledge Scale
Handout: Frayer Model
Handout: Barrier Game (Crossword)

A Spectrum of Inclusion: Strategies for Students with ASD

Amy Farrell

Flexibility, innovation and adaptation are key to creating an ASD-friendly classroom

Social Scripts for Inclusive Excursions

Marilyn Price and Katie Dunning

The Old Treasury Building has created a practical and reassuring social script to help students (and teachers) prepare for a visit

Gifted and Talented Students Will Succeed Anyway, Won’t They?

Myra Karantzas

Helping the students you might think don’t need any help

A Student Perspective on Competitions

Albert Edgell-Taylor

A 2018 History Challenge prize-winner used personal challenges as an opportunity to excel

Donkeys Can't Fly on Planes

Mary Tomsic; Anna Dollard, Margaret Robson Kett and Georgia McRae

Children’s personal stories as sources for teaching histories of migration and forced displacement

Five Reasons Why You Will Love Teaching Big History

Casey Lever

13.8 billion years of history, mapped to the Australian Curriculum


KRITIKOS
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