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Rachel Caldwell
Grouping Students
Sat Jun 6, 2015 14:38
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I like what Britt and Alexandria have said about this. Like Britt said, I have seen how being able to teach and lead others solidifies the information into your head as well. I have also been in a classroom experience where the teacher split the students up based on their reading levels and not by disability. The child in the class with ASD was one of the brightest students in his class, and the others in his group worked well with him and encouraged him when the work became too much.

On the social side of this, I think that having mixed groups can help the class to learn patience and helping while the child with ASD can see and interact with typically developing peers.

  • Re: Sarah - Alexandria Spurrier, Sat Jun 6 13:50
    I know that in the classroom that I was in this past semester my teacher divided the classroom up into reading groups that were at different reading levels. This was a good strategy because she could ... more
    • Grouping Students - Rachel Caldwell, Sat Jun 6 14:38
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