Teachers' Perceptions of Differentiating Instruction in a Sixth Grade Science Class of Diverse Learners in a Georgia Urban School System

Teachers' Perceptions of Differentiating Instruction in a Sixth Grade Science Class of Diverse Learners in a Georgia Urban School System

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This study investigated teachers' perceptions of differentiating instruction in a sixth grade diverse science class in an urban school setting. Sixth grade teachers from fourteen middle schools in a Georgia urban school system were chosen to participate in this study. Each participant is currently assigned to teach sixth grade science in a general and/or collaborative classroom setting. The quantitative method of research was used. Surveys were used to collect the necessary data.Statement of the Problem It is not known what sixth grade science teachers know about differentiating science instruction; however, as a ... In an urban middle school located in Georgia, science and social studies teachers are also asked to differentiate the instruction in classes ... Concerns and complaints are discussed at the local level with science coaches and at times, with the building administrators;anbsp;...


Title:Teachers' Perceptions of Differentiating Instruction in a Sixth Grade Science Class of Diverse Learners in a Georgia Urban School System
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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