Tiered Instruction. To Challenge all Learners. What is Tiered Instruction?. Tiered instruction is a way of teaching one concept and meeting the different learning needs in a group. Teachers may vary: task process product Tasks and/or resources vary according to: learning profile
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To Challenge all Learners
Tiered instruction is a way of teaching one concept and meeting the different learning needs in a group.
Teachers may vary:
Tasks and/or resources vary according to:
For Best Practices tiered instruction is fundamental because:
There are 5 major points to tiering instruction:
Research, Interview, Read book, Use Internet….
Perform, create, present, write….
Find Handouts for different grade levels and subjects on TAG website
In Tiered Instruction assessment is used to create the different levels, groups, Scaffold, or tiers.
Find many different methods of pre-assessment on the TAG website under Educator Resources
Some students achieve high in formal testing, but are not performing to level in class. To help these students begin achieving success again, a few different things to try:
The assessment of individual projects, etc. varies with each. You may choose some of the following assessment strategies and more:
Rubrics, tests, checklists, contracts, self-evaluation, peer evaluation, or conferences.
evaluated separately from the
The Standard that students need to meet is clear.
Key Concepts are included, but general enough to apply to all tiers.
Regardless of assignment, activity (or “tier”) students understand how their work demonstrates the standard.
Quality, Effort, or Career Related Learning Standards (CRLS)
Criteria for Quality of Product, Measured Effort, or CRLS is separate from the evaluation of proficiency in meeting the standard.
Neat, Organized, ON-Time work is recognized, but not directly tied to meeting the Standard.