The instructional report sorts students based on their assessment scores, allowing teachers to easily group students in the classroom. Classworks differentiated activities offer a perfect mechanism to effectively match groups of students with the right instructional content.
Each activity consists of three problems addressing the same grade-level standard at varying levels of difficulty, as well as a critique and precision activity.
You might use the report this way:
Group 1: Students with the highest scaled score range
- Assign the Expanding level activity
- Expanding problem is always open-ended
- Students are prompted to solve the problem and explain their thought process using a variety of methods (text, drawing, audio recording)
- Assign the Meeting level activity
- Meeting problem is multiple choice
- Students have access to digital tools to explain their thinking
- Assign the Progressing level activity
- Progressing problem is multiple choice
- Includes “friendlier” numbers and more visual support
How are the problems differentiated?
- Magnitude of numbers
- Visual supports provided
- Number of steps required to solve
- Level of mathematical thinking that is expected
See it in action: Meeting | Investigative