Posted on March 31, 2018 in News
In most instances, educators will be using assessment data and classroom observations to create flexible groupings in the classroom. Other times, however, teachers may want to group or pair students randomly. This type of grouping works well for many different types of lessons including community-building activities, idea sharing, small-group discussions, or the exploration of materials.
Today’s “Off the Page” selection is from Universal Design Daily and can be found on page 383.