Title

Revisiting Differentiated Assignments

Track

Research Proposal / Learning Theories and Pedagogy

Abstract

In 2012 the presenter analyzed student perceptions of how differentiated assignments impacted their engagement and learning in a children’s literature course comprised of students who were diverse in their levels of age, teaching experience, education, English instruction, and degree programs. Four years later, the instructor is investigating the effects of differentiating assignments with a more homogenous group of seniors in a rigorous methods course. In this session the presenter will discuss the results of this qualitative study and share examples and resources for implementing differentiation in higher education.

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Presentation (Open Access)

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Mar 30th, 9:00 AM Mar 30th, 9:45 AM

Revisiting Differentiated Assignments

In 2012 the presenter analyzed student perceptions of how differentiated assignments impacted their engagement and learning in a children’s literature course comprised of students who were diverse in their levels of age, teaching experience, education, English instruction, and degree programs. Four years later, the instructor is investigating the effects of differentiating assignments with a more homogenous group of seniors in a rigorous methods course. In this session the presenter will discuss the results of this qualitative study and share examples and resources for implementing differentiation in higher education.