This is a short article that discusses flexible grouping strategies and how to get started based on data. It is a great article to get started with using flexible grouping to differentiate instruction in your classroom.
This book provides valuable tips and general guidelines about data-based methods and the difficulties surrounding the implementation of data-driven instruction. This book allows a busy teacher to get to the basics of applying data to teaching strategies in an efficient manner. It is written for easy comprehension. It is not a highly technical piece for researchers, but a solid manual for those who may not have a background in data analysis.
This book talks about how school leaders can follow a core set of principles to lead their school to greatness. It provides real-life vignettes and reflection from effective school leaders, and talks about a different way of thinking about helping all teachers - novice and veteran, skills and struggling to continuosly grow in meaningful ways throughout the entire school year.
A large portion of differentiating revolves around forming and reforming groups of students based on their needs. What better way to do so than by observing data? This article will walk you through the steps of creating flexible groups with the use of data.