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Northcentral University Increasing Academic Achievement Thesis Paper

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How does small group student lead learning in math and reading provide culturally responsive instruction while increasing academic achievement in one K-4 elementary building in a small suburban community?

Part 1: Locate five peer-reviewed articles published within the past 5 years related to a topic of interest you wish to explore for your dissertation research. Do not include book chapters, books, editorials, white papers, trade magazine articles, or non-peer-reviewed sources. Then, complete the following for each source in the form of an annotated bibliography:

1.Begin each annotation with an APA formatted reference.

2.Then, annotate the source with a block paragraph. The annotation should be double spaced, 200-250 words, including a brief synopsis of the article, the problem, the purpose, a description of the methodology, the findings, the recommendations for future research, and any particular strengths or weaknesses of the article.

Part 2: After reviewing each annotation, describe the topic you wish to explore for your dissertation research. This topic should logically flow from the gaps in the literature noted in your annotations.

Total Length: 5-7 pages, not including title and reference pages

Your assignment should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course by providing new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University's Academic Integrity Policy.


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Running Head: CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE LEARNING

How does small group student lead learning in math and reading provide culturally responsive
instruction while increasing academic achievement in a K-4 elementary building in a small
suburban community?

Student’s Name
Professor’s Name
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CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE LEARNING

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Part 1: Annotated Bibliography
Bottoms, S. I., Ciechanowski, K., Jones, K., de la Hoz, J., & Fonseca, A. L. (2017). Leveraging
the community context of Family Math and Science Nights to develop culturally
responsive teaching practices. Teaching and Teacher Education, 61, 1-15.
This article inspects how elementary teachers experience family mathematics and
science nights with linguistically and culturally diverse learners and families. The authors
analyze weekly reflections using a culturally responsive teaching model to examine
cultural diversity and influences in math learning among the students. The purpose of this
paper is to understand the dynamics of four critical areas, including the changing beliefs
and attitudes, improved pedagogical associations, grappling with resistance, and to
leverage diversity and culture. An action-based emphasis establishes that teacher
candidates require adequate practice to disrupt typical perspectives of teaching to permit
culturally responsive practices. This article determines that diversity among the families
triggers the varying abilities among students. Besides, the emphasis on math and science
improves the performance of the students. This article is significant in the current
research as it provides first-hand information about the experiences by the educators on
diversity among the learners and the effect of learning math and science on the overall
student’s performance. While some teachers may not focus on cultural differences and
family backgrounds of the learners, this paper suggests that focusing on these aspects of
the learners improves the learner teachers' connection and hence enhanced academic
performance. Also, this article underscores that eradicating traditional perceptions about a
community or a group of people is a process requiring a lot of practice by the teachers to

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adopt a culturally responsive instruction model. As such, teachers must emphasize on the
focused guided reflections on the context.
Cason, M., Young, J., & Kuehnert, E. (2019). A meta-analysis of the effects of numerical
competency development on achievement: Recommendations for mathematics educators.
Investigations in Mathematics Learning, 11(2), 134-147.
This article examines the impacts of developing mathematical proficiency in math
classes. In their research, Cason, Young & Kuehnert (2019) conducted an extensive
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