Candidates compare and contrast, use, interpret, and recommend a wide range of assessment tools and practices and use assessment information to plan, evaluate, and revise effective instruction that meets the needs of student(s). Candidates select and use a wide range of instructional practices, approaches, and methods, including technology-based practices, to address the needs of learners who may be at differing stages of development and from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Following observations, candidates discuss their performance with the instructor. During the seminar portion of the class, students further hone their diagnostic acumen and skill at planning diagnostic responsive instruction. Candidates also collaborate with an undergraduate student in a mentoring relationship.