A question upon concept-based learning

The scope for further exploration when using a concept-based approach is endless – there is always somewhere to go, and some way to expand. So how does a teacher decide when too ‘move on’? 

Children in the same class will always be working at different levels. Does this approach not favour the best learners in the class? How can we stop this approach from leading to the attainment gap (between students in the same class) from growing?


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