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dkpetty
In Universal, when do you schedule differentiation days?

I noticed that the Groupinator is connected to the Student software again. I was wondering how often are people differentiating ...after three readings...after the two major texts?

By dkpetty
Posted on: September 19 2017
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  • AskDee

    Take a look at your Blended Learning Handbook on p. 75 of the version for Stage B. There are two Workshop Assessments--Interim Assessment ant the end of Part 1 and the End-of-Workshop Assessment at the end of Part 2. Those are two good places for differentiation. Also, I always fell teachers to differentiate whenever they see a need to differentiate. Many lessons include ideas as you will do formative assessments in many lessons. Dee, Ask Dee at the READ 180 Community

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