Assessment, Differentiation, & Technology: Meeting Student Needs

ID: 54605 Type: Virtual Paper
  1. Jennifer Engle and Kim Livengood, Angelo State University, United States

Abstract: Providing personalized, individualized, or differentiated instruction can present a challenge to plan and implement in any learning environment. However, these approaches help instructors meet student needs and provide opportunities for in-depth learning. Instructors are able to implement these best practices for student-centered learning through the use of differing degrees of educational technology. This study examines the assessments graduate students develop to provide flexible learning opportunities for all levels of learners in traditional or nontraditional learning environments.


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