Differentiation For All Learners: Applying Theory and Practice So All Children Reach Their Potential
Primary Advisor/Dissertation Chair
Secondary Advisor/Reader One
Teachers in classrooms today are challenged with students with a ride range of abilities necessitating differentiation in the classroom. Faced with increasingly heterogeneous populations of students, including the mainstreaming of special education students, teachers are challenged to develop curricula that is matched to students’ abilities. This project focused on how to adapt state mandated grade level content to multiple instructional levels. Included in this project is a differentiated unit on the American Revolution based on Minnesota fifth grade standards. The unit is differentiated to first grade, third grade and fifth grade reading and writing levels. This project demonstrates how teachers can adapt curriculum in a classroom so that all students maximize their learning and learn grade level content at their instructional level.
Assessment, Curriculum, Special Education, Technology
Kreitzer, Kathryn Elizabeth, "Differentiation For All Learners: Applying Theory and Practice So All Children Reach Their Potential" (2016). School of Education and Leadership Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 4208.