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How do you intentionally plan for a variety of learning levels in your classroom?

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Whenever I include group activities in my lesson, I create heterogeneous groups of students based on their different learning levels so they can asssit one another when working on the activity for completion.


Love mixed groups! I’ve practiced this for years

I like using programs such as Scootpad to help to drive my instruction. Students work at their own level pace. I can read reports when I can find different skills that multiple students are struggling with so that I can pull them for small group time.


In a perfect world where I have time and curriculum (currently in between in Science land), I like to create modified and templates to go with notes pages and work sheets. My SPED students, challenged writers, etc. can get a cloze-style copy of the notes & diagrams we are using. Sentence frames are helpful for every day differentiation.
I am working on building my flex-grouping skills in Math where I can distribute colored cubes to students who clearly need extra practice with the day’s concept and pull them- while giving other groups time for independent or small group work time (MobyMax, Khan, homework, PhET, etc.)

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