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Developing Instructional Adjustments and Interventions

Once you have analyzed information from the assessment, it is time to act and adjust instruction appropriately. In this section, we will consider two examples of instructional adjustments that are based on ongoing analyses of data and are intended to help support teaching and learning. These examples can be mapped onto the Sources of Assessment Data graphic below according to how quickly the educator acts on assessment information and how often. Hover your cursor over the Minute by Minute, Daily, Weekly, and Unit/Sequence intervals to see where the examples fall on the cone below.

Instructional Adjustments:

Example1.  In-the-moment instructional adjustments — Guided Groups
Example 2.  End-of-week or end-of-unit instructional adjustments — Alternate Ranking 

Sources of Assessment Data

Guided Groups Alternate Ranking Image Map