challenginglearning.com@JamesNottinghmjames@jnpartnership.comfacebook.com/challenginglearning
76%98%96%89%89%88%79%78%77%
Number of words spoken by 3 year oldsFrom professionalfamilies: 1,116From working classfamilies: 749From welfare-dependent...
Private vs. State School Athletes (UK)Harrow School has• 2 All-weather multi-sport pitches• An indoor climbing wall• Weigh...
Creator of the first IQ test, 1905Alfred Binet (1857 – 1911)Binet’s aim wasto identify whichchildren thecurriculum didnot ...
10 years later, Stanford University adapted Binet’s workLewis TermanHenry H Goddard
Black & White IQThe Stanford-Binet IQ testwas used toconstruct anethnicallybased socialhierarchy.It was not untillater tha...
5000+ children from theMillennium CohortStudy97% were ability-grouped by age771%September-bornpupils in top sets26%August-...
010203040506070Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb35302520151050Aug Sept Oct Nov DecProgress Charts
Application = Value x ExpectationEccles (2000)SportLanguageArt
✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✗✗✗✔✗✗✗✔Pre-Test410 - = 6
Intelligence praise“Wow, that’s a really goodscore. You must be smart atthis.”Process praise“Wow, that’s a really goodscor...
Scandinavian Curling ParentsFOAFOY
Breakthroughwww.stonefields.school.nz
BreakthroughStretchPractice
challenginglearning.com@JamesNottinghmjames@jnpartnership.comfacebook.com/challenginglearning
Yinnar & Glengarry Parents 2013
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Yinnar & Glengarry Parents 2013

  1. 1. challenginglearning.com@JamesNottinghmjames@jnpartnership.comfacebook.com/challenginglearning
  2. 2. 76%98%96%89%89%88%79%78%77%
  3. 3. Number of words spoken by 3 year oldsFrom professionalfamilies: 1,116From working classfamilies: 749From welfare-dependent homes: 525Hart and Risley, 1995
  4. 4. Private vs. State School Athletes (UK)Harrow School has• 2 All-weather multi-sport pitches• An indoor climbing wall• Weights room• Swimming pool• Sports hall• Courts for tennis, rackets, squash &fives• 18 hole golf course• Olympic-standard running track with awater jump for the steeplechaseFrom: www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-214573497%attend privateschool in the UK20%47%9.5%36%8%50%
  5. 5. Creator of the first IQ test, 1905Alfred Binet (1857 – 1911)Binet’s aim wasto identify whichchildren thecurriculum didnot suit, so thatan alternativecurriculum couldbe designed forthem
  6. 6. 10 years later, Stanford University adapted Binet’s workLewis TermanHenry H Goddard
  7. 7. Black & White IQThe Stanford-Binet IQ testwas used toconstruct anethnicallybased socialhierarchy.It was not untillater thatresearchersrealised thatlower languageskills by newEnglishspeakersaffected theirscores on thetests.
  8. 8. 5000+ children from theMillennium CohortStudy97% were ability-grouped by age771%September-bornpupils in top sets26%August-bornpupils in top sets
  9. 9. 010203040506070Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb35302520151050Aug Sept Oct Nov DecProgress Charts
  10. 10. Application = Value x ExpectationEccles (2000)SportLanguageArt
  11. 11. ✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✗✗✗✔✗✗✗✔Pre-Test410 - = 6
  12. 12. Intelligence praise“Wow, that’s a really goodscore. You must be smart atthis.”Process praise“Wow, that’s a really goodscore. You must have triedreally hard.”Control-group praise“Wow, that’s a really goodscore.”Mueller andDweck, 1998 E
  13. 13. Scandinavian Curling ParentsFOAFOY
  14. 14. Breakthroughwww.stonefields.school.nz
  15. 15. BreakthroughStretchPractice
  16. 16. challenginglearning.com@JamesNottinghmjames@jnpartnership.comfacebook.com/challenginglearning
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