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Using Data to Differentiate Instruction

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Katie Ranftle
June 21, 2014

Using Data to Differentiate Instruction

This multimedia overview explains the importance of progress monitoring as a tool to guide differentiated instruction. It shows how data from reading proficiency assessments can be used to adapt instructional focus and time and the degree of scaffolding provided at each tier level.

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