What is the best approach to reading group design?
Small-group instruction in reading is one of the most used approaches to differentiate learning, but studies suggest traditional ability-based classroom groups don’t always work, and their structure can make a big difference in their effects. Explore how you can help your students succeed with Education Week Assistant Editor Sarah D. Sparks and her guests as they discuss what the research says and what it means for reading instruction.
You’ll gain insights into:
- Effective research-backed strategies for reading group design
- Boosting student reading achievement
- Helping students feel more connected to their school
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