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I teach 2 inclusive classes, 1 gifted class, and 1 General ed class. My assessments are all over the place. I differentiate for each class and its becoming time consuming. I have 8-9 special education students in those inclusive classes that need constant attention. I have a co-teacher, but she seems to only spend time with students who don't need the most help. I have to have separate standards for my gifted and general edcuation classes, and because it requires so much work I have started slacking in my gifted class. How can I balance the work of my classes to ensure student success?
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I agree that having the same standards for each class will make your life easier. The difficulty of work should be more in-depth for your advanced classes. Talking with colleagues and using some of their material can help too.