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The Relationship Between Using Conceptual Language And The Depth Of Student Understanding Of Dynamic Addition And Multiplication In 49YearOld Montessori Students, Quinn Moncada, Karin Riggs Woessner
The Relationship Between Using Conceptual Language And The Depth Of Student Understanding Of Dynamic Addition And Multiplication In 49YearOld Montessori Students, Quinn Moncada, Karin Riggs Woessner
Masters of Arts in Education Action Research Papers
This study aims to bring clarity to the relationship between procedural mathematical work and abstracted math learning when carrying in addition and multiplication. To explore this relationship, researchers employed both quantitative and qualitative data tools that unearthed the nuances within this specific process of math learning. Participants in the study included twentynine students from two different schools in different mixed age groups including ages threetosixyearsold and sixtonineyearsold. Students participated in a sixweek intervention process, working on dynamic addition and multiplication using conceptual mathematical language to support the process. The findings indicate an overall twopoint increase across learning variables post intervention ...
Effects Of Online Program Vs. Handheld Flashcards On Multiplication And Division Fact Knowledge Of 4th Grade Learners With Exceptional Needs, Lindsay M. Siegman
Effects Of Online Program Vs. Handheld Flashcards On Multiplication And Division Fact Knowledge Of 4th Grade Learners With Exceptional Needs, Lindsay M. Siegman
Theses and Dissertations
This study utilized a time series design to investigate the effects of a computerbased math fact program called Xtramath.org vs. the use of traditional handheld flashcards. Students were given a baseline assessment before beginning the school district's method for learning basic math facts: Xtramath.org. They were tested again after 6 weeks and then began to use traditional handheld flashcards. Students were tested again to compare the results. Eight 4th grade students (5 male and 3 female) with special needs were included in this study. These students attend school in a wealthy, suburban area with a predominantly white ...
Exploring The Use Of Known Strategies For Achieving Fluency Of Multiplication And Division Facts In Third Grade., Alexandra Rubenstein
Exploring The Use Of Known Strategies For Achieving Fluency Of Multiplication And Division Facts In Third Grade., Alexandra Rubenstein
Masters Theses/Capstone Projects
In order to complete higher level math tasks, fluency of multiplication and division is crucial. Based on state standards, third grade students are expected to become fluent with multiplication and division facts from 0100 by the end of the year. Throughout history many educators have relied on timed tests to teach and assess math fact fluency. Best practices for helping students become fluent with math facts is now highly debated. The purpose of this teacher action research study was to evaluate the effectiveness of using math fact games and visual math cards as means of distributed practice in order to ...
Method Of Calculation Of The Amount And Multiplicity Of Some Numerical Sequences, A Xakimov, Sh Shodiev, S Islikov
Method Of Calculation Of The Amount And Multiplicity Of Some Numerical Sequences, A Xakimov, Sh Shodiev, S Islikov
Bulletin of Gulistan State University
This article considers how to calculate the sum and multiplicity of sequences in the form of
Method Of Calculation Of The Amount And Multiplicity Of Some Numerical Sequences, A Xakimov, Sh Shodiev, S Islikov
Method Of Calculation Of The Amount And Multiplicity Of Some Numerical Sequences, A Xakimov, Sh Shodiev, S Islikov
Bulletin of Gulistan State University
This article considers how to calculate the sum and multiplicity of sequences in the form of
The Importance Of Automaticity Development In Mathematics, Austin T. Baker, Josh Cuevas
The Importance Of Automaticity Development In Mathematics, Austin T. Baker, Josh Cuevas
Georgia Educational Researcher
This study examined whether students were reaching automaticity with single digit multiplication facts. A fourteen question interview was used to collect data. The first three questions asked the student basic information about themselves and their current math teacher. The next seven questions were math facts. The math facts chosen for the interview were a range of difficulty, starting with a simple problem like 1 x 9 and increasing in difficulty to 6 x 9. The last four questions were openended with the intent of gaining insight into whether the students were using strategies to complete the problems or if they ...
The Effects Of A Visual Activity Schedule On Students With Asd Multiplication Fluency, Luis Antonio Figueroa
The Effects Of A Visual Activity Schedule On Students With Asd Multiplication Fluency, Luis Antonio Figueroa
South Florida Education Research Conference
No abstract provided.
Developing Proportional Reasoning, Derek Hurrell, Lorraine Day
Developing Proportional Reasoning, Derek Hurrell, Lorraine Day
Derek Hurrell
Proportional reasoning is one of the big mathematical ideas students will encounter. It applies to a wide range of contexts across all of the content strands and is considered a critical concept for success in secondary mathematics. It requires an ability to think multiplicatively and relationally, and is often problematic for students.
Developing Proportional Reasoning, Derek Hurrell, Lorraine Day
Developing Proportional Reasoning, Derek Hurrell, Lorraine Day
Lorraine Day
Proportional reasoning is one of the big mathematical ideas students will encounter. It applies to a wide range of contexts across all of the content strands and is considered a critical concept for success in secondary mathematics. It requires an ability to think multiplicatively and relationally, and is often problematic for students.
Computational Fluency: The Key To Multiplicative Success, Bethany Lloyd
Computational Fluency: The Key To Multiplicative Success, Bethany Lloyd
Honors Theses
No abstract provided.
Developing Multiplication Fact Fluency, Jonathan Brendefur, S. Strother, K. Thiede, S. Appleton
Developing Multiplication Fact Fluency, Jonathan Brendefur, S. Strother, K. Thiede, S. Appleton
Curriculum, Instruction, and Foundational Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations
Using specific components of three broad learning theories—cognitive, socialinteractional, and behavioral—students in 3^{rd}, 4^{th} and 5^{th }grade classrooms were given multiplication fact fluency instruction over a period of five weeks for 1015 minutes each day. Two different approaches were utilized with two distinct groups of students for the purpose of comparing different approaches to fluency development. Results indicate that students using a strategybased approach for fluency development by means of instructional tasks emphasizing socialinteractional and cognitive theories (particularly Bruner’s theory of Modes of Representation) increased multiplication fact fluency, with a greater degree of consistency ...
A Written Instrument For Assessing Students’ Units Coordination Structures, Anderson Norton, Steven Boyce, Nathan Phillips, Tessa Anwyll, Catherine Ulrich, Jesse L. M. Wilkins
A Written Instrument For Assessing Students’ Units Coordination Structures, Anderson Norton, Steven Boyce, Nathan Phillips, Tessa Anwyll, Catherine Ulrich, Jesse L. M. Wilkins
Mathematics and Statistics Faculty Publications and Presentations
Units coordination refers to students’ abilities to create units and maintain their relationships with other units that they contain or constitute. In recent research, units coordination has arisen as a key construct that mediates opportunities for student learning across several domains of mathematics, including fractions knowledge and algebraic reasoning. To date, assessments of students’ stages of units coordinating ability have relied upon clinical interviews or teaching experiments whose timeintensive nature precludes opportunities for conducting largescale studies. We introduce a written instrument that teachers and researchers can use with large populations of students. We report on the reliability and validity of ...
Interventions To Improve Student Achievement In Mathematics For Middle School Students With Autism, Sherria L. Burney
Interventions To Improve Student Achievement In Mathematics For Middle School Students With Autism, Sherria L. Burney
Specialist in Education Degree (Ed.S.) Theses
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of using ConcreteRepresentationalAbstract (CRA) teaching sequence and explicit instruction to improve student achievement in mathematics in middle school aged students with autism and moderate intellectual disabilities. The effects of the CRA teaching sequence and explicit instruction were examined using a Multiple Baseline Design. Although the results in the curriculumbased measurements were inconsistent, all participants showed an increase in the pretest and posttest scores.
Developing Proportional Reasoning, Derek Hurrell, Lorraine Day
Developing Proportional Reasoning, Derek Hurrell, Lorraine Day
Education Conference Papers
Proportional reasoning is one of the big mathematical ideas students will encounter. It applies to a wide range of contexts across all of the content strands and is considered a critical concept for success in secondary mathematics. It requires an ability to think multiplicatively and relationally, and is often problematic for students.
Chosen Multiplication Algorithms And The Ability To Learn New Methods, Catherine A. Tarushka
Chosen Multiplication Algorithms And The Ability To Learn New Methods, Catherine A. Tarushka
Honors Theses and Capstones
No abstract provided.
Learning Within A ComputerAssisted Instructional Environment: Effects On Multiplication Math Fact Mastery And SelfEfficacy In ElementaryAge Students, Loraine Jones Hanson
Learning Within A ComputerAssisted Instructional Environment: Effects On Multiplication Math Fact Mastery And SelfEfficacy In ElementaryAge Students, Loraine Jones Hanson
Theses and Dissertations
The primary purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of basic multiplication mastery (012) and selfefficacy outcomes for elementary age students attempting to master multiplication facts in a ComputerAssisted Instructional (CAI) environment. Timez Attack (TA), a modern Internet based 3D multiplication video game, was the computer program used in this study. Four third and four fourthgrade classes of students at a public charter school received either 12 20minute TeacherLed Instructional (TLI), or TA multiplication practice sessions. Pre and post Math Attitude Survey (MAS), timed multiplication tests, observations, and informal interviews were used to assess and compare TA and ...
The Effects Of Journaling And Vocabulary Strategies On Elementary Students' Attitudes Towards Mathematical Performance, Renee Marie Janzen
The Effects Of Journaling And Vocabulary Strategies On Elementary Students' Attitudes Towards Mathematical Performance, Renee Marie Janzen
Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 20042019
In an attempt to examine the effects of journaling and vocabulary strategies on elementary students’ attitudes towards mathematical performance, I embedded reflective journaling and vocabulary strategies into my fourth grade mathematics curriculum. The mathematics content focused on whole number place value, multiplication, and division. My study revealed the positive effects these interventions can have on elementary students’ attitudes towards mathematics.
Developing Fourth Graders' Proficiency In Basic Multiplication Facts Through Strategy Instruction, Stacey Braddock
Developing Fourth Graders' Proficiency In Basic Multiplication Facts Through Strategy Instruction, Stacey Braddock
Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 20042019
The purpose of this action research study was to evaluate my own practice of teaching basic multiplication facts to fourth graders. I wanted to see how focusing my instruction on strategies would help my students develop proficiency in basic multiplication facts. I chose this topic because Florida was in the process of shifting to new standards that encourage teaching for deeper meaning. I hoped this research would give my students the opportunity to make sense of multiplication on a deeper level, while giving me insight into how students learn multiplication. Through this study, I learned that students initially find multiplication ...
Paper 4: Assessing Understanding Of Multiplication Through Words, Pictures, And Numbers, Marvin E. Smith, Stephanie Z. Smith
Paper 4: Assessing Understanding Of Multiplication Through Words, Pictures, And Numbers, Marvin E. Smith, Stephanie Z. Smith
Georgia Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (GAMTE) Annual Conference
The objective of this session is to engage mathematics teacher educators in a discussion of how to assess an understanding of the concept of multiplication as an operation and its relationships to other operations. The session will begin with a presentation of a previously published study assessing children’s understanding of multiplication as grouping and the relationship between multiplication and addition. The assessment asked a series of problems involving words, pictures, and numbers. The results of the study indicate that the types of problems asked were successful in providing evidence of children’s understanding of multiplication. The study also found ...
Career Choice And Salary Modeled With Stella, Samuel Simpson
Career Choice And Salary Modeled With Stella, Samuel Simpson
Lesson Plans
Objectives: Students will select a career choice and corresponding starting salary. To develop an understanding of numbers in the real world and demonstrate the concept of percent, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers to complete a W2 and a 1040EZ form.
Prospective Teacher's Representation Of Multiplication, Mohan Chinnappan
Prospective Teacher's Representation Of Multiplication, Mohan Chinnappan
Faculty of Education  Papers (Archive)
The use of ICTbased resources in order to provide effective learning environments in which children could explore concepts such as multiplication has received considerable attention. This approach is based on the assumption that teachers who are already teaching and those who are being trained to become teachers, draw on a welldeveloped knowledge of the multiplicative process, and could exploit the ICT appropriately. The aim of the study reported here was to examine the quality of content and pedagogical content knowledge of multiplication developed by a group of prospective elementary mathematics teachers in the context of an ICTbased software. Analysis of ...