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The WOW! Factor: Bell Ringers and Small Groups

The WOW Factor

“I am not a teacher, but an awakener.” -Robert Frost Watching novice and experienced teachers interact with both their students and their lessons is always an exciting practice for me because it reminds me of my early years of teaching … Continue reading

Small Group Instruction, Part III

Interesting discussion

Click to read Part I  and Part II of this mini-series. An Example of Differentiation with Small Group Instruction My class is learning about the relationship between the topic, relevant details, and main idea of an article and how understanding … Continue reading

Small Group Instruction, Part II

Student-Small-group

Read Part I of this mini-series on small group instruction here. During Small Group Instruction, Stay Connected to the Process, the Students and the Standard

Small Group Instruction, Part I

Student-Small-group

Small Group Instruction = Intervention Opportunities After I read the research on an educational approach such as differentiated instruction and small group intervention, I usually need to translate the information into less complex language. I know that including small group … Continue reading