Teaching Tools for the Multilevel Classroom: Part 1

Sarah Lynn

Sarah Lynn

As educators, we know how to differentiate instruction one student at a time, but how do we differentiate instruction for a whole classroom of students at once? And how do we maintain cohesion in a classroom with so many moving parts? In this and upcoming issues I’ll be presenting approaches and tools that address the challenges of the multilevel classroom.

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