Month/Year of Graduation
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Dr. Saundra L. Shillingstad
This capstone project reports the influence of incorporating differentiated instructional and assessment strategies throughout a fourth-grade math unit. Throughout the unit two instructional strategies of ‘questioning’ and ‘exit tickets’ were integrated to determine and assess student comprehension and growth. The students took identical pre- and post-assessments at the beginning and end of the unit. Between the assessments, I taught a fractional unit that lasted approximately 13 days. At the completion of the unit, the students completed the post-assessment. I collected and analyzed the pre- and post-assessment data and found that questioning and exit tickets are effective instructional strategies for increasing student learning.
Pihlgren, Alaina, "Impact of Differentiated Instructional Strategies on Student Comprehension of Fractions" (2023). Theses/Capstones/Creative Projects. 245.
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