ASSESSMENT AND. STUDENT SUCCESS IN A DIFFERENTIATED CLASSROOM. BY CAROL ANN TOMLINSON, TONYA. MOON, AND MARCIA B. IMBEAU assessment, and instructional planning in student success. important feedback that helps a student determine next steps in learning assessment and feedback strategies in differentiated instruction Formative Assessment Is the Cornerstone of Differentiated Instruction. FIT Teaching (Framework for Intentional and Targeted Teaching) strategies are based on the work of Douglas Fisher and Nancy Frey. The strategies ensure highquality teaching and learning in every classroom every day.
Assessment and Differentiation: A Framework for Understanding. What strategies and mechanisms can I use to best determine student status relative to essential knowledge, understanding, and skill? assessment, differentiated instruction, testing, report cards, inclusion. assessment and feedback strategies in differentiated instruction
Project and problem based learning are also key in differentiated instruction and assessment. Lessons and assessments are adapted to meet the needs of all students. TeacherTested Strategies to Differentiate Instruction. Understanding the Depth of Knowledge Model. Below weve gathered a list of 50 differentiation strategies. 50 Strategies For Differentiated Instruction. 50 Strategies For Differentiated Instruction. 1. Curriculum Mapping 38. Layering (e. g. , layered curriculum or assessment) 39. Jigsaws. 40. Graphic Organizers. 41. Learning Through Workstations. 42. Concept Attainment. impact of assessment, evaluation, grading and feedback Phases of ADDIE Model Assessments and Differentiated Instruction for Gifted Students Differentiated Instruction and Concept Formation Gifted Classrooms and Multiple Intelligences and assessments preassessment, post assessment, andor optional rubric two assessment strategies that may be assessment and feedback strategies in differentiated instruction Using Assessment to Drive Instruction Key Principles of a Differentiated Classroom Assessment MAY be differentiated. Assessment information is more useful to the teacher than grades. Ongoing Assessment Strategies Work alone or with a partner.