Cognitive Skills and Differentiation

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Cognitive Skills and Differentiation

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The concept of differentiated instruction is intuitively appealing. Each child is unique and each brain learns uniquely. In a sense, all learning is differentiated, by definition, even when instruction isn’t. But many teachers struggle with providing meaningful and effective differentiation in the classroom and there is controversy regarding the value of differentiation and its impact. This webinar reviews the value of cognitive assessment as the basis for meaningful differentiation of instruction by tying cognitive skills directly to learning strategies.

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