Relationships and Processes Within Schools

Keywords

Pupil Subcultures
The distinctive norms and values developed by groups of young people in schools.
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Differentiation
Separating pupils into groups on the basis of their perceived ability and behaviour.
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Polarisation
The widening gap in terms of measured ability and behaviour between top and bottom classes.
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Ability Groups
Groups of pupils who are seen to have similar abilities.
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Mixed-Ability Groups
Groups in which pupils are randomly or intentionally mixed in terms of their ability.
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Tiered Exams
Exams with two levels.
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Separating pupils into groups on the basis of their perceived ability and behaviour.

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Differentiation

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The widening gap in terms of measured ability and behaviour between top and bottom classes.

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Card 4

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Groups of pupils who are seen to have similar abilities.

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Card 5

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Groups in which pupils are randomly or intentionally mixed in terms of their ability.

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