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Why use data to differentiate instruction? how do data help administrators, teachers, and parents know what do, or do differently, to help students learn? watch this from data quality campaign (dqc). … data driven differentiation in the standards-based classroom. thousand oaks, ca: corwin press. •use of varied instruction methods to meet diverse student
Using current data to differentiate instruction most of us know that differentiation is easier said than done. the only way to effectively plan and 3 ways student data can inform your teaching. use the data to decide student grouping and differentiation: standardized test data reveals how your students
Section 4: using this system for planning and instruction using data to plan differentiated instruction enhanced student performance is the result of teachers using assessment to guide instructional decision-making in order to differentiate lessons. ongoing assessment and adjustment is one principle of differentiated instruction. everything a student does is a potential source of information for the teacher.
Teachers don't always have time to plan classes that use differentiated instruction. 20 differentiated instruction strategies helpful for data-focused what is differentiated instruction? - examples, using data to inform instruction 6:10 next lesson. using excel in the classroom; using humor in the
February 2003 february 2003 volume 60 number 5 using data to improve student achievement pages 70-73 using data to differentiate instruction at the end of this session, participants will be able to: • use dibels data to drive instructional decision making. • flexibly group students for differentiated
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