The Purpose of Flexible Grouping
Flexible grouping is one of the hallmarks of high-quality and effective differentiation. As esteemed educator, author, and differentiation expert Carol Ann Tomlinson explained, “[an] important principle [of differentiation] is that of flexible grouping… you need to systematically move kids among similar readiness groups, varied readiness groups, mixed learning-profile groups, interest groups, mixed interest groups, and … Continue reading The Purpose of Flexible Grouping