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A Look at Differentiating Instruction: Tips for Teachers. Newsletter.

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The Center for Comprehensive School Reform and Improvement's January 2007 newsletter, "A Teacher's Guide to Differentiating Instruction," [ED495740] summarized the following four planning stages teachers can use to effectively differentiate instruction: (1) A thorough understanding of content; (2) Use of preassessments and regular formative assessments; (3) Use of curricular materials and instructional strategies that meet the diverse needs of students; and (4) Use of summative assessments that evaluate students' mastery of subject matter. This newsletter builds on that information by detailing specific, practical strategies for formative assessment; organizing for differentiated group work; and providing tips for managing a differentiated classroom. (Contains 9 online resources.)

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