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  1. Amy Hackenberg
  2. http://www.indiana.edu/~idream/
  3. Associate Professor
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  5. Indiana University
  1. Rebecca Borowski
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  3. Indiana University
  1. Mihyun Jeon
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  3. Indiana University
  1. Robin Jones
  2. Research Assistant
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  4. Indiana University
  1. Rob Matyska
  2. Doctoral Student--Mathematics Education
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  4. Indiana University

Investigating Differentiated Instruction and Relationships between Rational N...

NSF Awards: 1252575

2019 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8

The purposes of this project are to investigate how to differentiate mathematics instruction for middle school students at different levels of reasoning and to understand how students’ rational number knowledge and algebraic reasoning are related. In the first two years of the project (Phase I) we conducted three iterative, after school design experiments with middle school students with diverse ways of thinking. In the third year (Phase II), we conducted retrospective analysis and co-led a Teacher Study Group (TSG) with 15 middle school mathematics teachers from around the state of Indiana. In Phase III, we conducted two whole classroom design experiments with two teachers from the TSG in which we designed to differentiate instruction. We are currently analyzing data, writing conference proposals, and writing and revising manuscripts.

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