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Differentiation in Middle Level Literacy Classrooms: The Students Speak.

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This investigation explores middle level students' perceptions of differentiation. It was guided by the following purposes: (1) to identify students' understandings of differentiation, (2) to understand their responses to differentiated literacy instruction provided in their classrooms and schools, and (3) to understand students' views of the challenges and successes of their teachers' differentiation attempts. Findings stem from semi-structured interviews and a year long observational period of urban, rural, and suburban classrooms. Student Interview Questions are appended.

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Author:Roe, Mary F.
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Report
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jan 1, 2009
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