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This webinar series and research project was designed to determine the effectiveness of selfpaced learning in building understanding of curriculum adaptations. The participant pool was small consisting of two first-year educators, both teaching middle level English. The environment consisted of one urban educator and one rural educator. The webinar series consists of seven training videos featuring the following curriculum adaptations: input, output, difficulty, quantity, level of support, participation, and time. Limitations include the small participant pool and short timeline. Further research is needed to determine the efficacy of self-paced tutorials and educator engagement. Adaptation examples could also be increased with a larger timeline. Recommendations for the future are provided.
Wurst, Meghan, "Adapting made simple: A webinar and tiktok series focused on implementing curriculum adaptations" (2022). 2022 Awards for Excellence in Student Research and Creative Activity - Documents. 7.
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