Student centred teaching
Redcliffe State High School wanted to differentiate. This is how they did it.
Did you know?
The average Year 7 classroom has an eight year spread of ability.
The teachers at Redcliffe State High School were faced with the challenge of spread of ability in their maths classes.
With 250 students per year level, it was a big problem, but one that they were committed to solving.
The school takes a student centred approach — where the focus in on what each individual student needs.
By working in this way, Redcliffe State High School believes that every student is given the opportunity to succeed.
It was this approach to teaching that saw them partner with Maths Pathway, so they could deliver truly personalised learning to each and every student.
Since implementing the Maths Pathway Learning and Teaching model Redcliffe has been able to cater to the different learning needs of all of their students.
But the best part has been seeing their students learn and grow. They’re taking ownership of their learning and feel more confident with maths.
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