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Kim Lepre - Education Podcast Network
TnT 27 Laura Kebart reassures us that differentiation doesn't have to be difficult
59 minutes Posted Oct 15, 2018 at 12:00 am.
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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!

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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