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    Differentiating Instruction and Assessment

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    Discuss how integrated assessment and differentiated instruction allow students alternate pathways to achieve goals? Please elaborate with examples.

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    Integrated assessment is formative, authentic, and embedded in the curriculum. It promotes assessment for learning rather than just assessment of learning. Students participate in the assessment process, which is always flexible, responsive to individual student needs, and contextual. Traditional assessments are typically limited in scope and do not allow for individual learner differences. For example, a multiple choice test vs. a range of product options including developing a skit, writing a letter to an expert on the topic with ...

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    This solution provides strategies for differentiating assessment and instruction in the regular classroom and provides an example to help illustrate the subject. Additionally, this solution includes one reference source for further research of the topic.