Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The instructional approach traditionally used for the instruction of Chapter I students is that of remediation. This approach tends to enable and perpetuate low achievement in students by focusing on skills and mechanics at the students' present level of achievement. Acceleration instead of remediation can prevent students from staying behind or falling further behind grade level. This paper describes a program developed by the researcher based on acceleration as an alternative to traditional Chapter I instruction. The results of the implementation of this program with third grade Chapter I students are also presented in this paper.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Division of Early Childhood Education
Penny L. Beed
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©1994 Karmen R. Larson
Larson, Karmen R., "Enrichment for all: A successful alternative for the instruction of Chapter I students" (1994). Graduate Research Papers. 2770.