2 edition of experimental study of mathematics-learning found in the catalog.
experimental study of mathematics-learning
Zoltan P. Dienes
Bibliography: p. 181-183.
|Statement||[by] Z.P. Dienes.|
|LC Classifications||QA135.5 .D54|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||206|
|LC Control Number||65000034|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dienes, Zoltan P. (Zoltan Paul). Experimental study of mathematics-learning. London, Hutchinson . An experimental study of mathematics-learning. London: Hutchinson of London. MLA Experimental study of mathematics-learning book.
Dienes, Z. An experimental study of mathematics-learning / Z. Dienes Hutchinson of London London Australian/Harvard Citation.
Dienes, Z.An experimental study of mathematics-learning / Z. Dienes Hutchinson of London London. The study was conducted in the academic year to in the fifth grade public primary schools in Bandung with three categories of school location (rural, city and county transition).
During the research, one experimental group was treated by problem based learning, while the second experimental group was treated by direct instruction. Book January lated to the application of experimental research methods in.
educational technology. The purpose is to provide readers with what makes an experimental study. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of inquiry-based learning method on students’ academic achievement in sciences lesson.
A total of 40 fifth grade students from two different classes were involved in the study. They were selected through purposive sampling method. The group which was assigned as experimental. Effects of Game-Based Learning on Students’ Mathematics Achievement: A Meta-Analysis Abstract This report presents findings from a meta-analysis of experimental and quasi-experimental studies investigating effects of instructional games on mathematics achievement of PreK—12th grade students compared to traditional classroom Size: KB.
Mathematics learning can be broadly defined as the acquisition of new knowledge, skills, and affects that are related to quantity, space, and structure.
The ability to learn mathematics is possessed by humans and to some extent also by some animals and machines. ternative hypothesis was: the use of the interactive multimedia book in mathematics learning improves student’s performance.
The learning object was developed from the free web tool Edilim and 44 students aged between 11 and 17 participated in the study. The first experiment had 20 hours of study. Abstract. This research tends to make the experimental study on the mathematics teaching model of “situated creation and problem-based instruction” (SCPBI), namely, the teaching process of “creating situations—posing problems—solving problems—applying mathematics”.Cited by: 9.
Mathematics Learning Study Committee, J. Kilpatrick and J. Swafford, Editors. Center for Education, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and gton, DC: National Academy Press. A major conclusion of this book is that ts need more skill and more.
Two experiments were developed to verify how the use of interactive multimedia books improves students’ school performance in 7th grade math learning. The aim of the study was to compare the performance of students using the Multimedia Interactive Book with non-students in 7th grade mathematics at a primary school in Mozambique, and was guided in two : Guedes António Caetano, Milton Zaro.
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For each approach, we provide background information and describe a relevant research study taking that approach to illustrate its potential for expanding the efficacy of intervention for students with mathematics learning difficulties.
The results of the study showed that there is a significant difference in the mean scores of the post-test between the control group and experimental group in favor of experimental group.
The results also indicated that students in the experimental group developed positive attitude towards using WiziQ virtual classroom in their learning. Described here is a non-experimental study of a sample of 50 teachers pursuing a Master’s degree in Secondary School Math Education in Spain.
This is a preliminary univariate descriptive study of the relationship between TDC and the quality of videos prepared. This large-scale quasi-experimental study examined impacts of a mathematics-infused science curriculum on students’ science attitudes and achievement (N =).Author: Zahid Kisa.
Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 11, () Effects of Mathematics Learning Through Children's Literature on Math Achievement and Dispositional Outcomes Haekyung Hong Chonnam National University The purpose of this study was to analyze the effectiveness of using children's literature to promote mathematics by: (shelved 1 time as math-education) avg rating —ratings — published Want to Read saving.
the experimental schools study together with the mathematics backbone teachers in these schools, trying to master the ability as soon as possible (Xia & Lü, ). Up till now, ICR type school-based teaching research has made teachers in rural.
Features of the Book. Full coverage of all syllabus content. Definitions of key terms. Comprehensive support for exam preparation with study tips, revision guidance, checklists, self-assessment tests and model exam papers.
Ideas for practical activities included in the text with full guidance for teachers and technicians included on the CD-ROM.James W. Stigler is Professor of Psychology at UCLA. He is co-author of The Teaching Gap (with James Hiebert, Free Press, ) and The Learning Gap (with Harold Stevenson, Simon & Schuster, ).
He directed the TIMSS video studies (), and in founded LessonLab Inc., a company whose mission was to study and improve classroom teaching, which became part of Pearson Education in .The study of mathematics equips teaching learning process “Mathematics learning should be imparted through activities from the very beginning of school education.
i.e., form the primary stage itself. These activities may involve the use of concrete materials, models, charts, The design of the study was Pre-experimental Size: 1MB.