Jacqueline Melin

Jacque Melin joined the faculty at Grand Valley State University in August 1999 as an affiliate faculty member. She teaches classes in educational differentiation, curriculum development, and assessment practices for Graduate Studies in Education. Prior to coming to GVSU, Jacque was a teacher, gifted/talented coordinator, then elementary principal for Rockford Public Schools. She also does educational consulting in various topics, mainly differentiation, formative assessment, gifted education, mathematics, science, and character education. Jacque’s degrees and certificates are from Michigan State University, Northern Michigan University and Western Michigan University.

Jacque’s interests are in the areas of formative assessment & differentiating curriculum. She has developed several strategies for flexible grouping, adjusting questioning techniques, developing learning and interest centers and groups, and developing learning contracts for gifted students. Her published books include Passport to Learn from Prufrock Press, published in March 2001, and Performance Appraisal Made Easy from Corwin Press, published in January 2005.

Jacqueline Melin's Books

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