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Differentiating Instruction and Assessments for the Common Core ELA standards

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The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for English Language Arts were designed to support teachers with differentiating literacy instruction and assessment. Differentiation can help teachers ensure that all students are achieving the complex work required by the CCSS. This webinar will examine how the structure of the CCSS for English Language Arts supports differentiated instruction and differentiated assessment. Join presenter Jayme Linton as she shares practical ways to differentiate your literacy instruction and design differentiated assessments aligned with the CCSS for English Language Arts.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, July 31, 2014 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: College & Career Readiness, Common Core, Differentiated Learning, Reading & Writing
Tags: CCSS, Common Core Standards, differentiated instruction, DOL813, ELA, Language Arts

Reviews (51)

Full Member
great help breaking down the standards into I can statements and love the reminder of the stairway for differentiating.
Full Member
Very informative.
Full Member
Thank you for the great ideas!
Full Member
Great webinar. So excited to get some new ideas!
Full Member
Very informative session. I now have a much better understanding of making those Common Core standards work. I like the idea of moving students up the standards, "spiraling" them up. I hadn't thought of that as a means of helping students to "grow" academically.
Full Member
I like your idea of taking a standard and writing different objectives for different levels. I also like the reminder to offer choices for assessments to allow all students to be successful.
Full Member
Great ideas especially for working with ELL students.
Full Member
This was phenomenal! This is one of the first times that I have really bought into differentiation because of the somewhat simplicity of determining levels (by those spiraling maps). And the brilliant idea of only assessing a part of the standard at a time. Not sure why I hadn't thought of that earlier, but I'm glad I have it in my toolbox going forward. My head is spinning with ideas, and I thank you so much.
Full Member
Thank you!
Full Member
I thoroughly enjoyed the ideas presented in this seminar, especially the different ways of differentiating instruction. Thank you.
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