Month/Year of Graduation
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Dr. Saundra L. Shillingstad
This capstone reports the effectiveness of using differentiated instructional and assessment strategies to improve student performance in math. Based on pretest data, instruction was planned and implemented to best meet the needs of each student to help them succeed. This unit started with a pretest, had ten days of lessons and instruction, and then concluded with a post-test. Based on student data, student performance and learning increased by using differentiated instruction and instructional strategies that were adapted to help each student. Using feedback, nonlinguistic representations (a big piece of assessment), think-pair-shares, and physical models/manipulatives, students successfully showed the increase in learning they experienced.
Tangeman, Catie, "Teaching Time and Graphs with Differentiated Instruction and Assessment Strategies" (2023). Theses/Capstones/Creative Projects. 259.