Grouping Diverse Learners
One of the most important decisions teachers make involves grouping diverse learners students for reading instruction and practice. Students can be grouped in a whole-class setting, in small homogeneous or heterogeneous groups, in pairs, or individually. In this activity, you will read two instructional scenarios, determine which grouping plans are most effective for teaching and learning in specific situations, and then practice grouping diverse learners.
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