This week Matt and Courtney continue a series about continuous flexible grouping. How do we start? It's about collecting and using appropriate data, especially multiple forms (we suggest at least triangulating data we collect, including behavioral data).
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This week Matt and Courtney begin a series about continuous flexible grouping. It's something we all want to do to our learners in the best positions to succeed, but no one truly knows how to do it! We'll share some strategies, some stories, some horrible jokes that show our age - basically, it's another episode of Personalized Learning With Matt and Courtney. Happy St. Patricks Day - yes, we know it's late.
This week, Matt and Courtney talk about no more little boxes!
Why do we insist on having "grade-level" targets, and what are some strategies to break that mold?
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This week's resource:
Educational Leadership magazine and personalized learning!
This week, Matt and Courtney tackle the thorny issue of extra credit:
what is it good for, anyway? (absolutely noting)
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As we travel across the country, we see amazing things happening in schools, but there is one common thread: culture. Why is this the key to everything we do in classrooms, in schools, in life? Shout out to Courtney's dogs near the end.