Evidence-Based Practice Library

Differentiation & Inclusion during the Informal Assessment

Teachers use differentiation throughout the Informal Assessment to assess comprehension and include all students. Teachers use Digitability’s modified resources to include students who have limited expressive/receptive language abilities. With resources that allow for modified questioning and other scaffolding, teachers can increase or decrease assistance over time according to individual student goals.

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Ways to Differentiate

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Differentiation & Inclusion: Exit Ticket.

Teachers can increase their use of supplemental materials to include all students in activities. Learn More


Differentiation & Five Types of Prompting: Warm-Up

Teachers use differentiation and prompting to increase expressive and receptive language abilities based on individual student levels. Learn more


Differentiate Reinforcement to Decrease Assistance: Guided Watching

Assistance can be decreased over time to ensure the internalization and generalization of skills. Learn More


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