Fabulous Fascination Folders to Challenge Learners

Fascination Folders, a place where students can access more information and challenging activities about a topic, can be used in the classroom or electronically during remote [...]

5 More Ways to Challenge Students in Remote Learning

If you enjoyed last month’s article on challenging students in remote learning, we have 5 more ideas below for you to share with teachers across your [...]

Best Practice in Provision for Dual or Multiple Exceptional (DME) Learners

DME learners have one or more special educational need or disability alongside high ability or achievement. In her 2015 book, Teaching Gifted Children with Special Educational [...]

The vPlus Community is in Full Swing!

Potential Plus UK has received funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, to offer a programme of online courses [...]

5 Ways to Challenge Students in Remote Learning

With formalisation of the guidance to provide remote learning for students who can’t be in school due to Covid-19, schools will be considering how they cater [...]

Extension and Enrichment in Learning

Extension and enrichment are two ways of making learning more challenging for learners with higher ability. This article discusses the difference between them and provides examples [...]

Metacognition and High Potential Learners

Metacognitive skills and self-regulation are being promoted in many schools at present, and rightly so. The Education Endowment Foundation’s research and analysis, chiming with findings across [...]

2020-09-21T12:05:24+01:00September 16th, 2020|Categories: Focus on Potential, High Learning Potential, Schools|Tags: , , |

Rewriting the Writing Rule Book: Handwriting and High Learning Potential

As benign as pen and paper may appear to be, we have long since learned not to be fooled by the apparent innocence of the tree [...]

Creative Thinking Skills: Activities for Arts to Sciences

How to Support Innovative Young Mathematicians, Artists, Writers and Scientists How can you possibly stimulate the mind of a young person who not only has high [...]

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