Date of Successful Defense
Date Degree Awarded
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
Stephen Gruber, Ph.D.
Laurie Campbell, Ph.D.
Merlin Ager, Ph.D.
education, data-driven, intervention, differentiation, automated gradebook
This action-research study compared improvement data for 9th grade Algebra students. The study entailed the use of automated proficiency indicators to guide intervention with students not meeting proficiency standards after an initial assessment. Data from the previous school year was compared and results revealed questions and implications of multiple levels of non and low proficient students. The goal of this study was to show if using a gradebook with automated proficiency indicators would help improve proficiency scores to a greater degree.
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Maile, Nick C., "Automated Proficiency Indicators to Improve Non-Proficient Scores" (2014). Master of Education Research Theses. 69.