Description: {Become conscientious of all opportunities to teach skills. These opportunities may include spiraling of curriculum, opportunity to reteach content as a prerequisite skill, or other instances where revisiting instruction is possible.

  Grade levels: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12

  Shared by: Timothy Kretchman

  More helpful details: This data strategy requires you to become aware of two pieces of information. First, you must be aware that a learner requires additional instruction on a specific skill. Data indicating this need should be considered. Secondly, you must be aware of an upcoming opportunity to reteach the skill. It is important that this instruction should be explicit in nature and not assumed that the learner will simply “pick it up” on their own. Consider developing alternative, differentiated, activities for students who have previously mastered the content being retaught. These students may take a deeper dive into the previously taught content (think Webb’s DOK), begin new content with a self-guided exploration activity, or other meaningful instructional activities connected to the content.

  Grouping: Whole Class, Small Group, Individual


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