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Yinnar & Glengarry Parents 2013

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Slides used on the 9th and 10th May 2013 at parents evenings, Glengarry and Yinnar Primary Schools

Slides used on the 9th and 10th May 2013 at parents evenings, Glengarry and Yinnar Primary Schools

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  • 1. challenginglearning.com@JamesNottinghmjames@jnpartnership.comfacebook.com/challenginglearning
  • 2. 76%98%96%89%89%88%79%78%77%
  • 3. Number of words spoken by 3 year oldsFrom professionalfamilies: 1,116From working classfamilies: 749From welfare-dependent homes: 525Hart and Risley, 1995
  • 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. 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. 10 years later, Stanford University adapted Binet’s workLewis TermanHenry H Goddard
  • 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. 5000+ children from theMillennium CohortStudy97% were ability-grouped by age771%September-bornpupils in top sets26%August-bornpupils in top sets
  • 9. 010203040506070Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb35302520151050Aug Sept Oct Nov DecProgress Charts
  • 10. Application = Value x ExpectationEccles (2000)SportLanguageArt
  • 11. ✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✔✗✗✗✔✗✗✗✔Pre-Test410 - = 6
  • 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. Scandinavian Curling ParentsFOAFOY
  • 14. Breakthroughwww.stonefields.school.nz
  • 15. BreakthroughStretchPractice
  • 16. challenginglearning.com@JamesNottinghmjames@jnpartnership.comfacebook.com/challenginglearning