Document Type

Research Report

Original Publication Date

1998

Date of Submission

December 2016

Abstract

Currently, efforts to detrack secondary schools have called attention to the need for instructional practices to address the increase academic diversity within many classrooms. The purpose of this student was to examine how teachers address that diversity and what steps they take to meet students' instructional needs. The purpose of the study was brought into focus by posing the following research questions: How important is addressing students' diverse academic needs to secondary school teachers? (b) Which instructional methods do secondary school teachers use to address students' academic differences? (c) which instructional methods do secondary school teachers think are effective in addressing students' academic differences, and why do they think these methods are effective? (d) which factors facilitate and which factors inhibit a secondary school teacher's abilities to differentiate instruction?

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