What our teachers say about the spread of ability

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The spread of ability in a classroom has always been an issue. One child may be years ahead and have a solid understanding of the content where other students could be quite far behind and struggle to catch up. This common situation puts pressure on teachers to cater to the needs of every student, but there isn’t enough time, resources, or data to support every child to the extent they need.

The Maths Pathway Model directly addresses the spread of ability by using diagnostic tools to pinpoint where each student is at in their learning. It then uses the data collected to create personalised learning programs for every student, so their learning needs are being met at every stage.

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