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Private School Model for Individualized Instruction
Identifies factors that contribute to a successful school program for individualized instruction.
# 53453 | 7,682 words | 9 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Oct 29, 2004 in Education (Education Psychology) , Education (Teaching Methods) , Education (Theory)


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This thesis presents a model for individualized instruction, which is a system of education whereby curriculum and instruction is tailored to the needs of learners to ensure success, such that, through the love of learning generated by this method of instruction, students experience success. The main purpose of the thesis is to identify the main facets of individualized education that contribute to the success of individualized instruction. The thesis argues that successful individualized instruction is a work of A.R.T. (Accountability, Responsibility and Teamwork). The thesis evaluates the concept of A.R.T and the effects of the system at an institute, the South Florida Academy Of Learning, through the use of a questionnaire and an analysis of grades. In addition to the research, its presentation and analysis, and the development of the model for individualized instruction, a literature review is presented, which gives a thorough background to the subject and puts the current research into context.

Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to Study
Introduction
Background of Study
Statement of Problem
Purpose of Study
Rationale
Research Question
Nature of Study
Significance of Study
Definition of Terms
Assumptions and Limitations
Organization of Remainder of Proposal
Chapter 2: Literature Review
Chapter 3: Methodology
Design of the Study
Design of the Evaluation
Sample and Population or Source of Data
Instrumentation Plan
Data Collection Plan and Other Procedures
Data Analysis Plan
Results and Recommendations
Findings
The Survey/Questionnaire
The Norm-referenced Testing Grade Equivalent Results
Chapter 4: Conclusion and Discussion
Bibliography
Appendix 1: Survey Questionnaire
Appendix 2: Human Participants in Research Form

From the Paper:

"Here, therefore, in the work of Gardener, and its modern applications, we see the basis of individualized instruction programs. Indeed, Mindy Kornhaber and her colleagues at the Project SUMIT (Schools Using Multiple Intelligences Theory) have examined the performance of a number of schools and concluded that there have been significant gains in respect of SATs scores, parental participation, and discipline (with the schools themselves attributing this to MI theory) (Smith, 2002). To the extent that Howard Gardner's multiple intelligences theory has helped educators to reflect on their practice, and given them a basis to broaden their focus and to attend to what might assist people to live their lives well, it has to be judged a useful addition (Smith, 2002)."

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