Dr. Donna Scanlon, University at Albany | June 28, 2011, 8:30 am-3 pm
The learning of complex processes occurs incrementally and gradually. The learning builds on a foundation of pre-existing knowledge. In a typical primary grade classroom, children are likely to be at widely disparate places in terms of literacy abilities. They are not really to learn the same things. Instruction needs to take account of this reality. In this keynote, presented at the NYS RtI Summer Institute, Dr. Scanlon discusses ways to differentiate classroom literacy instruction in both whole class a small group contexts.
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Sponsored by: NYS RtI Technical Assistance Center
June 28, 2011