Group Learning Routines
When instruction is designed to address different learning needs, students are often expected to work by themselves or together in small groups. Therefore, facilitating the development of autonomous, self-regulated learners is imperative to the effective functioning of inclusive classrooms where instruction must be differentiated. In addition, group learning provides essential formative assessment data for teachers, offers opportunities for peer support, and enables students of all abilities to collaborate to solve problems and create products.
There are 27 ALL-ED Group Learning routines used to accomplish different instructional purposes using the configuration of individuals within the whole class, partners, and small groups. Learn more about group learning through our webinar.