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Analyze the impact of assessment, evaluation, grading and feedback in differentiated learning.

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As you analyze the impact of assessment, evaluation, grading and feedback in differentiated learning, all these areas are integral and offer solid data in allowing a teacher to target lessons to meet individual student's needs. This information helps teacher to structure lesson content and also provides pacing information in order to ascertain when it's time to move on or re-teach.

Assessments, for example, give the teacher an array of data about which skills a learner has mastered in order to move onto a new area of scaffolding or also identifies areas that were not mastered, so it allows teachers to implement re-teaching or remediation strategies with that students in order to augment those skills.

After we tested each unit of literature in 7th grade English, we would use the assessment data to determine which kids we could remediate during lunch or after school small group tutorials. If kids scored well on literary devices but many were still hindered by grammatical concepts, it allowed teachers to know which areas to target during the interventions. If kids fully mastered content, it ...

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