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Course Description

Welcome to a transformative PD opportunity, designed exclusively for senior Chemistry educators who are committed to delivering a rigorous curriculum, while catering to diverse student needs.

This course will equip you with innovative differentiation strategies that empower you to address the unique learning profiles of your students, ensuring mastery of curriculum objectives and fostering an inclusive classroom environment.

At the end of the course you will be given access to free resources that you can use in the classroom tomorrow!

Please Note:

There is some overlap between this course and  Easy Differentiation Strategies for 7-10 Science Teachers, although all examples given in this PD deal specifically with Stage 6 Chemistry.

Understanding Differentiation in Context

Gain a deep understanding of differentiation within the context of senior science education. Explore the rationale behind differentiation, the importance of student-centred instruction, and the positive impact on academic achievement.

Time-Effective Differentiation

Discover time-efficient strategies for differentiation that can be seamlessly integrated into your lesson planning and teaching routines without compromising curriculum coverage. Discover methods to prioritise key content while still catering to individual student readiness levels, interests, and learning preferences.

Flexibility in Content Delivery

Explore techniques for delivering content in diverse ways, such as utilising multimedia resources, incorporating real-world applications, and adapting instructional materials to engage and challenge all learners.

Tiered Activities

Develop tiered assignments and activities that offer multiple entry points to the curriculum, allowing students to access and extend their learning based on their current levels of understanding.

Scaffolding and Guided Practice

Master the art of scaffolding by breaking down complex concepts into manageable steps. Learn how to provide guided practice, gradual release, and targeted support to help students progress toward independent mastery.


Stage 6 Chemistry teachers

Teaching Standards

1.5.2 Proficient Level - Know students and how they learn - Differentiate teaching to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities: Develop teaching activities that incorporate differentiated strategies to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities

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Course curriculum

  • 1


    • Course Slides Download

    • Introduction to Differentiation in Stage 6 Chemistry

  • 2

    Differentiating the Content

    • Differentiating the Content

    • Reflection exercise

    • Application Exercise

  • 3

    Differentiating the Process

    • Differentiating the Process

    • Reflection exercise

    • Application exercise

  • 4

    Common Questions Related to Differentiating

    • Common questions and logistics for differentiating

    • Reflection exercise

  • 5

    Differentiating the Product

    • Differentiating the Product

    • Reflection Exercise

    • Differentiating the product - Assessment example

    • Application Exercise

    • Collaborating on an Assessment Task

  • 6

    Differentiating the Environment

    • Differentiating the Environment

    • Reflection Exercise

    • Application Exercise

  • 7

    Application of Learning to Own Program

    • Application to your own lessons

    • Collaborative Activity - sharing and applying learning

  • 8

    Conclusion and FREE Resources

    • Conclusion and free resources

    • Final reflection

    • Resources

  • 9

    Course Feedback

    • Please take few minutes to give us your feedback

Do you teach in NSW? If so, this is relevant to you:

Completing How to Differentiate in Stage 6 Chemistry Without Compromising the Syllabus will contribute 2.5 hours of NSW Education Standards Education Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Delivery and Assessment of NSW Curriculum/Early Years Learning Framework, addressing standard descriptor 1.5.2 from the Australia Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.



Katrina Harte

Katrina Harte

Katrina is a multi-award-winning high school science teacher from Sydney, Australia who specialises in creating resources that support teachers and engage students. Katrina has over 10 years of teaching experience, including leadership roles such as Head of Science, Year Advisor, and Senior School Data Manager. She is currently working as a part-time Science Teacher and Data Manager at an independent Christian school in Sydney. Katrina has shared her expertise in published articles, as a presenter at numerous conferences, and has recently launched her own education resources, YouTube channel, and education blog (

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