Saturday, July 26, 2008

Data Collection and Collaboration: Pathways to Differentiation

Learn how to meet the differentiated needs of elementary mathematics learners. Examine differentiation and the research supporting it. Begin with a purposeful plan of what needs to be taught (standards) and leave with an idea of how to teach it. You will be equipped with strategies and tools to collect the data necessary for differentiation, including anecdotal note-taking and adapted textbook assessments. Find out how the combination of formal and informal assessments combined with data analysis allows you to learn more about your students and their needs, interests and strategies. Witness how items can be analyzed to improve student learning and guide instruction. You will also explore teacher collaboration and its impact on student learning.

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