7.26.2012

Small Group Instruction ~ Record Keeping

Small group instruction in the math classroom provides differentiated learning opportunities for students. Keeping track of student performance and progress sometimes can present a challenge. Here are two different versions of recording sheets you might find helpful to use with your students. One recording sheet can be used for all students in a given group on a given day. Recording key observations for students in a small group can help to plan future instruction for each student. One key to successful differentiation is flexible grouping. Keeping track of whether students are below target, on target, or above target for a given standard/objective can help in planning the next stages of instruction. The second recording sheet can be used to track student performance for given standards for a given unit. The follow up information that can be recorded includes the different learning experiences whether it involves remediation, additional small group instruction, enrichment, extension, etc. Grab a copy by clicking the image below.

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