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The skills and knowledge a teacher needs to have, to be able to differentiate in personalised math education at a primary school

Vrielink, M.M. (2018) The skills and knowledge a teacher needs to have, to be able to differentiate in personalised math education at a primary school.

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Abstract:In this study the necessary skills and knowledge to differentiate in personalised math education at a primary school were investigated by conducting a cognitive task analysis (CTA). This resulted in a skill hierarchy in which the necessary skills are presented and a description of the required knowledge. Additionally, it is has been investigated to what extent the necessary skills and knowledge to differentiate in personalised math education at a primary school differ from the necessary skills and knowledge to differentiate in traditional math education at a primary school. The necessary skills and knowledge found in the CTA about differentiation in personalised math education conducted in this study were compared with the necessary skills and knowledge found in the CTA about differentiation in traditional math education conducted by Keuning et al. (2017). Based on this comparison it is concluded that the necessary skills and knowledge to differentiate in personalised math education generally correspond to the necessary skills and knowledge to differentiate in traditional math education, but there are some differences. Most of these differences are nuance differences, because the emphasis is place on other things in personalised education since it differs in some aspects from traditional education
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:81 education, teaching
Programme:Educational Science and Technology MSc (60023)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/76967
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