Action Research Projects are presented in the Graduate level as a key component to the learning achieved within a given program. It is a crucial yet beneficial part to earning a Master’s degree because it exemplifies the hard work and dedication one decides to put forth. Specifically, in my Action Research Project, I have the opportunity to study myself as a primary specimen. My work will be reflected upon and used towards better teaching strategies and practices for the future. In this Action Research Project, I have covered topics such as scaffolding, differentiation, and writing taught as a process.

Keywords: scaffolding, differentiation, writing

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Action Research

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Master of Arts in Teaching (initial licensure)

Committee Chair

Melanie Landon-Hays & Amy Bowden

Committee Member

Joseph Gomba


scaffolding, differentiation, writing



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