Flexible grouping in MS and HS


Flexible grouping is a system of organizing students intentionally and fluidly for different
learning experiences within a classroom over a relatively short period of time. The groupings
are flexible because they align with specific, changing goals, and because decisions about group
size, membership, and longevity are guided by recent classroom assessment results or other
students or class characteristics that are relevant to a specific instructional purpose. These
strategies will help you implement flexibly grouping in your classroom.


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