Date of Award
Master's Essay - Restricted
Master of Education (MEd)
It has long been recognized that students within a classroom environment vary widely in their ability, needs and interests. To enhance learning, teachers have adopted instruction to accommodate these individual student difference. This adopting or individualizing of instruction is an attempt to match appropriate instructions with a student's learning strengths and academic needs. In practice, this individualized instruction often relies primarily on the pace of instruction. In many cases, this simply means giving more capable students more assignments.
Karshenas, Parvin, "The Effects of Locus of Control and Sex on Preferred Learning Styles of Fourth and Fifth Grade Students" (1991). Master's Essays (1922 - ). 1309.