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Sunday, March 27 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Using Ability Data to Enhance Instructional Planning

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Ability tests are widely used as universal screeners for GATE identification, but this wastes much of the value of administering a multidimensional measure of students’ cognitive skills. Ability tests scores can be useful for differentiating instruction for students all along the ability distribution. This active session will provide opportunities to learn and apply strategies for instructional differentiation based on ability test scores.

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Joni Lakin Ph.D.

Professor, University of Alabama, The
Dr. Lakin is Professor of Educational Studies at The University of Alabama University. She conducts educational measurement research related to test validity and fairness. She is lead author of the Cognitive Abilities Test (Form 8). Her federally funded research on developing new... Read More →

Sunday March 27, 2022 11:00am - 11:45am PDT
Differentiation: Curriculum