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Rachel Yakey
Other Students
Thu Nov 27, 2014 07:07

Thank you! The whole class was differentiated. I had four groups in that class, separated by reading level and needs. I would just rotate through the groups, giving interventions and checking up on them. Two groups were at a 3-4th grade level. One group at a 5th grade level reading a different book and a final one at a high 6th-7th grade level reading another book. Each of them have specific activities based on their book and needs.

I think the flipped classrooms would work easily in the upper grades. I don't know if I would assign themas homework but maybe in the computer lab. If you have a class that could do it as homework maybe in the 4-5th grades would be easy. I'm not sure about the lower grades, but Melissa was asking about it earlier.

  • Re: Jennie and Rachel's presentation - Kasey Gaines, Wed Nov 26 20:55
    I really enjoyed your presentation! It is nice to see how differentiated works in the upper grades. I have only worked in 1st and 2nd grade, and it was much different. I thought it was a really good... more
    • Other Students - Rachel Yakey, Thu Nov 27 07:07
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