Group Learning Routines

Group Learning Routines Support All Learners

Group learning routines are designed for classes where there is a great range in student academic diversity, such as background knowledge, language skills, and life experiences. The routines are an essential component of a differentiated classroom because while students are independently collaborating in small groups, the teacher is free to observe and assess, conduct a small group mini-lesson, and/or offer individual tutoring. Teachers use the data collected from group learning to adjust instruction to meet student instructional needs.

For more information about individual routines, click here to see the Group Learning Routines Index.