Addressing the Needs of Diverse Groups Using Modified Learning Objects. Rebecca LeDocq, Jennifer Kosiak & Bob Hoar, UW-La Crosse , Hal Schlais, IIURL Sherrie Serros, UW-Eau Claire.
Rebecca LeDocq, Jennifer Kosiak &
Bob Hoar, UW-La Crosse,
Hal Schlais, IIURL
Sherrie Serros, UW-Eau Claire
Engaging Learning Objectsall students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics is a priority goal for U.S. higher education.
National Mathematics Advisory Panel Report, 2008
(Gitomer et al, 1999)
*In Wisconsin, 33% of the K-12 student population is non-white. (WINSS,2008)
Culturally responsive practices as using the learning styles, cultural background, and prior experiences of students to make learning more effective.
In mathematics education, there are three common culturally responsive interventions:
The Local Content Server allows educators to create, modify, and share learning objects.
Mission: To develop, foster and support innovations that use digital technology to enhance undergraduate teaching, learning and research, and to make very simple the storage, retrieval and sharing of digital content for teaching.