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Flexible Grouping Strategies for Online and In-Person Instruction

Updated: Jan 20

Working with students in small groups can help teachers gain valuable insight on their students' strengths and needs. There are some questions to consider before getting started. How can the students in each group be determined? What will students do when they aren't working with the teacher? How can the pacing of the lesson be managed? This presentation will address each of these questions and show how the use of small groups can help teachers differentiate instruction.


This session was a part of the fifth Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute and was hosted by: Shauna Egan - Carroll Community College


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