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Old 03-23-2019, 06:31 AM
 
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Hi,

You can begin with giving pre-assessments and planning on giving post assessments that are the exact same test. You can use grade level assessments to see where each student is functioning. Also, review your evaluation data for each student. Look at where they are as far as percentile rankings and you will have a better idea of their abilities as well. Also, don't be afraid to incorporate some fun surveys like Multiple Intelligences surveys, true colors personality test surveys, and learning styles surveys. These help you to get a better grasp on implementing differentiation for your kiddos. Also, there talk to the gen. ed. teachers and attempt to develop the best relationship possible as many of them have probably been working with the kids and can help you as well. I am including some links to free assessment sites and online practice places you can set up for your students. They will provide you with additional data and give you baselines regarding student grade levels. Freckle is a site that is online practice for students that give immediate results. All content areas are presented here and it is from grade k-9. Common Core standards are present in all lessons. Easycbm is a site that students can also work online. This particular site gives more norm-referenced/standardized tests in reading and math. Readworks is a great site for students to practice reading comprehension and vocabulary as well as written responses. It's great because if your students struggle with reading, the text can be read to them. Finally, noredink focuses on grammar and writing. I hope this helps you and please respond should you need more explanation.

https://www.freckle.com/
https://easycbm.com/
https://www.readworks.org/
https://www.noredink.com/login
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