The original Differentiated Learning Consolidation Process (DLCP) as developed in the classroom

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Nicola Carr-White

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Edith Cowan University, Western Australia


School of Education


Nicola Carr-White, a primary trained teacher, developed a classroom practice process through informal action research using a tool known as a mastery learning folder. The ability to better manage differentiation and consolidation in this context, and positive student progress, led her to undertake a research MEd to discover the underlying theory and to identify potential evidence-informed revisions based on spaced retrieval, interleaving and metacognitive strategies. This video details the original process which was used as a baseline for comparison with relevant research.

This video supports the MEd thesis of Nicola Carr-White.

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