Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
James L. Schott
Carol A. Burg
Dale E. Moxley
This paper details a complete program evaluation of an elementary school's transition from having mainstream classes to a collaborative specialization model of instruction. My study examines how this model of instruction impacts students' achievement levels and student behavior in a title 1 school. I created the model and in the process of doing my study was required to change it into a model I then defined as Collaborative Specialization. I concluded from my research that this model of instruction was indeed a success because it increased the number of students making learning gains and decreased disciplinary problems.
Villaverde, Nicole, "Impact of Collaborative Specialization On 5th Grade Student Achievement in a Title I School: Program Evaluation Proposal" (2014). Dissertations. 91.
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