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Teacher guides

Discover a collection of helpful teacher guides that will assist you in creating an engaging and successful learning environment for your students. Explore top ideas and resources to improve your teaching skills and boost student achievement.
Formative And Summative Assessment, Assessment For Learning, Kindergarten Assessment, Nursing Assessment, Student Assessment, Kindergarten Worksheets, Neurological Assessment, Assessment Design, Formal Assessment

Whether they're completed on a piece of paper, a tablet, or a whiteboard, exit tickets are a powerful tool to use in your classroom. Exit tickets are formative assessments that provide a quick snapshot about your students' learning and understanding of a topic faster than any other tool in the classroom.

Jennifer James
Differentiated Instruction - Choice Boards. Very cool! Life Skills Special Education, Preschool Special Education, Gifted Education, Higher Education, Preschool Teacher, Kindergarten Classroom, Differentiated Learning, Differentiated Instruction, Literacy

Last summer I attended a GT training and was introduced to choice boards! I LOVE THIS IDEA!!! I think that students are more engaged and even challenge themselves more when they are given choices. The great thing is....they aren't just for GT students. Choice boards work similar to tic-tac-toe; the student completes 3 activities in a row {up, down, diagonal} They can be adapted for ALL students and actually lend themselves well to differentiated instruction. On Tuesday, I will be attending…

TE Peterson
Classroom Assessments for a Differentiated, Responsive Classroom // Blog by Crockett's Classroom Instructional Coaching, Instructional Strategies, Teaching Strategies, Teaching Tips, Differentiated Instruction Strategies, Instructional Technology, Differentiation Strategies, Teacher Tools, Teacher Resources

I've been reading the book, Mindsets in the Classroom by Mary Cay Ricci, and just finished chapter 3. It was a real eye-opener. Through all of my years of teaching, I thought I was differentiating by planning and implementing reteaching and enrichment lessons and activities as my class worked through a unit. But in this chapter, I learned how important it is to start the differentiation before the unit even begins! This process begins with the preassessment. So much valuable information can…

Ashley Galindo