Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Curriculum planning; Reading (Elementary); Mathematics--Study and teaching (Elementary); Iowa Tests of Basic Skills;
Will the use of a distributed math curriculum improve the outcomes of students who consistently score between the 20th and 30th percentile on ITBS tests? That question and others are addressed in this paper. The purpose of this study was to determine what strategies were being used for math instruction, if those strategies were working for all students, and whether a distributed curriculum would improve the math outcomes of students with disabilities who were not working at their current grade level.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Psychology and Foundations
John E. Henning
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©2005 Lesli Lancey-Wensman
Lancey-Wensman, Lesli, "Could distributed curriculum improve the ITBS scores of non-proficient students?" (2005). Graduate Research Papers. 1052.