TnT 27 Laura Kebart reassures us that differentiation doesn’t have to be difficult

All teachers know that they need to differentiate, but what does that look like in a classroom? During the planning stages? In real time? How can a teacher be expected to plan for students performing two grades below¬†and¬†those performing two grades above in the same class? Laura Kebart describes how this doesn’t have to be a daunting task, and gives tips on how to streamline and even make grading simpler!

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Click HERE to grab Laura’s resource with 10 Questions and Answers for how to respond to parents or administrators who want to know what you’re doing to differentiate, which includes a link to her hands-on workshop!

How to get in touch with Laura:

Middle School ELA Teachers Community for Grades 6-7-8

Her Language Arts Teachers Membership Site

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