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Differentiation and Grouping in Mathematics

This 25-page resource (pdf) from Frederick County Public School System outlines their policy for hetrogeneous grouping in mathematics. This resource explains their decisions as a school system, the ways in which their teachers are expected to plan and implement their lessons, and provides recommendations for the differentiation of instruction to reach all learners.
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Contributed by: Chris Horne - Editor, Elaine Lazzaro - Editor, Colleen Mayo - Editor, Nelson Palmer - Editor, Katherine Swire - Editor, Frederick County Public School System - Publisher
This resource is included in the following PD Collection(s):
Strategies for Teaching Students Struggling With MathematicsThis collection supports teachers working with students with learning disabilities or struggling with math in general. Teachers will find resources to engage learners, strategies to enhance problem solving and suggestions for intervention models. When teachers chose appropriate material and technology that reflects students' abilities and preferences, students have a better opportunity to learn new concepts. Several videos, articles and research reports help teachers with strategies and techniques to reach struggling learners more effectively.
Math Topic
Grade LevelK, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Resource TypeInstructional Strategy, Instructor Guide/Manual, Reference Materials, Article

  • Additional Information
    • AudienceEducator
    • LanguageEnglish (USA)
    • Education TopicAssessment of students, Classroom management, Inclusion, Teaching strategies, Student populations
    • Interdisciplinary Connection
    • Professional DevelopmentYes
    • ContributorChris Horne - Editor, Elaine Lazzaro - Editor, Colleen Mayo - Editor, Nelson Palmer - Editor, Katherine Swire - Editor, Frederick County Public School System - Publisher
    • Publication Date2006
    • Rightscreative commonshttps://creativecommons.net/h/policies/tou
    • AccessFree access