Month/Year of Graduation
Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
This capstone study explored the impact of instructional and assessment strategies on students’ achievement in science. The study spanned 6 days, comprising 5 lessons. The students took a 6-item pre-assessment to assess prior knowledge, a 4-item post-assessment at the unit’s conclusion, and a summative assessment to demonstrate their new knowledge.
Instructional strategies were adapted based on pre-assessment results. Analysis of student performance data revealed a marked increase in learning outcomes through the integration of differentiated instruction and assessment strategies. Following the review of the student work, it became evident that the integration of summarizing/note-taking and cooperative learning significantly enhanced post-instruction performance. The two assessment strategies, written responses and collaborative sharing, were found to positively influence student learning outcomes.
Case, Kapri, "Teaching Animal and Plant Survival with Instructional and Assessment Strategies" (2023). Theses/Capstones/Creative Projects. 266.