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FullText Articles in Education
Effects Of CrossAge Tutors With Ebd For Kindergarteners At Risk Of Mathematics Difficulties, Gavin W. Watts, Diane Pedrotty Bryant, Garrett J. Roberts
Effects Of CrossAge Tutors With Ebd For Kindergarteners At Risk Of Mathematics Difficulties, Gavin W. Watts, Diane Pedrotty Bryant, Garrett J. Roberts
Special Education Faculty Publications
Challenges with numerical proficiency at an early age can lead to substantial gaps in learning and are associated with detrimental longterm outcomes. In addition, students with emotional–behavioral disorders (EBD) can have some of the most challenging behavioral and academic needs to address. The purpose of this study was to identify the effects and collateral outcomes of utilizing crossage tutors (i.e., older students) with/at risk of EBD to deliver a number line board game intervention to kindergarten students at risk of mathematics disabilities. A multiple baseline design across participants was utilized to evaluate the following research questions: (a ...
Student Perceptions Of Learning Introductory Mathematics In An Online Environment In Higher Education, Jamie Lynn Brooks
Student Perceptions Of Learning Introductory Mathematics In An Online Environment In Higher Education, Jamie Lynn Brooks
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
The purpose of this transcendental phenomenological study was to describe the essence of student perception of learning introductory mathematics courses in an online environment at the college level. The central research question was, “What are the lived experiences of students who have completed introductory college mathematics courses in the online learning environment?” The phenomenon described was that of the beliefs and attitudes of the students who participated in introductory mathematics courses on the college level. The ideas explored were if students believe they learn effectively in this environment and how they believe they can best learn. Student beliefs and attitudes ...
Stem Opportunities  High School 2019, HueyXian Kelly Wong, Madeleine Rauhauser, Annie Morgan Nelson
Stem Opportunities  High School 2019, HueyXian Kelly Wong, Madeleine Rauhauser, Annie Morgan Nelson
Honors Expanded Learning Clubs
This publication details the lesson plan for the “Opportunities in STEM” club for the summer of 2019. This club began out of a desire to educate high school students about the opportunities and careers available in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. Often, students feel that the prospect of entering a STEM field is daunting and out of their grasp. What it means to be a scientist is often unclear, and students never consider opportunities out of the fear of the unknown, particularly when science is associated with complexity and difficulty. This lesson plan integrates experiments with a wealth ...
Comparing Nebraskan And Finnish Education Policy And Its Impacts On Mathematics Teaching, Elizabeth Tyler
Comparing Nebraskan And Finnish Education Policy And Its Impacts On Mathematics Teaching, Elizabeth Tyler
Honors Theses, University of NebraskaLincoln
For two decades, Finland has been in the education spotlight as they consistently receive high international exam scores while spending less money, less time teaching, and putting students through fewer hours of school. This study aims to investigate the related policy that may help explain these seemingly paradoxical findings in the education sector. More specifically, this study examines how related policy impacts math teachers in their day to day work. This research includes an extensive literature review that explores several facets of the education system in both Nebraska and Finland in order to better understand existing policies. This background is ...
Content Validity Of A Mathematics Placement Test For A Gifted High School, Hannah R. Anderson
Content Validity Of A Mathematics Placement Test For A Gifted High School, Hannah R. Anderson
Publications & Research
The Content Validity of a mathematics placement test at a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) gifted residential high school is examined. Data were collected from internal and external mathematics subject matter experts (SMEs) using a card sorting task and were analyzed using Multidimensional Scaling (MDS) and Hierarchical Cluster Analysis (HCA). Results demonstrate some congruence between the two configurations, suggesting marginal evidence of Content Validity.
Sliding Into An Equitable Lesson, Kelley E. Buchheister 6872059, Christa Jackson, Cynthia E. Taylor
Sliding Into An Equitable Lesson, Kelley E. Buchheister 6872059, Christa Jackson, Cynthia E. Taylor
Faculty Publications, Department of Child, Youth, and Family Studies
A kindergarten teacher uses Gutierrez's four dimensions of equity to design and facilitate geometry instruction.
Equitable instruction is reflected in how students are positioned in the classroom and how their identities evolve through purposeful interactions that value and recognize the intellectual capacity of each student (Gutiérrez 2013; LemonsSmith 2008). These integral interactions occur when teachers and students exchange problemsolving strategies, discuss relations among various mathematical representations, and listen to the viewpoints of others (NCTM 2000; 2014).
A Phenomenological Study Of College Students In Developmental Mathematics Classes Experiences With Mathematics And Computer Anxiety, Dan Murphy
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
No research has been conducted on college students in developmental mathematics classes struggling with both mathematics anxiety and computer anxiety in a qualitative manner. Prior studies have dealt with college students in developmental mathematics classes struggling with mathematics anxiety and college students in developmental mathematics classes struggling with computer anxiety. The purpose of this transcendental phenomenological study was to describe the experiences of students taking developmental mathematics who selfreport both mathematics anxiety and computer anxiety. The theory guiding this study was the social cognitive theory by Bandura (1986) as modeling is a key component in the learning of mathematics, especially ...
The Influence Of Visuospatial Intervention On Mathematical Ability, Tiffany Bui, Matthew Eclevia, Cody Shishido, Jessica Walker
The Influence Of Visuospatial Intervention On Mathematical Ability, Tiffany Bui, Matthew Eclevia, Cody Shishido, Jessica Walker
Student Scholar Symposium Abstracts and Posters
The research proposal of this study intends to identify whether visuospatial interventions improve mathematical ability in college students. Visuospatial skills are important for identifying the distance between two objects, memory of images, and visualizing objects by mentally rotating them. The two important concepts relating to visuospatial ability are spatial relations and spatial visualizations. These are the abilities to mentally rotate two dimensional and three dimensional objects. Prior research has shown that visuospatial interventions are an effective tool for the improvement mathematical performance. This study is designed to see whether mathematical aptitude improves from pretest to posttest after participation in visuospatial ...
Experiencing Success: A Hermeneutic Phenomenology Of Successful Remedial Mathematics Students, Kyle Ireland
Experiencing Success: A Hermeneutic Phenomenology Of Successful Remedial Mathematics Students, Kyle Ireland
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
The purpose of this hermeneutic phenomenological study was to describe how students experience success in mathematics remediation at a fouryear private institution in the central United States. Success in a remedial mathematics course was defined as one’s completion of a required remedial mathematics course having earned an overall grade of 90% or higher. The theories guiding this study were achievement goal theory and expectancyvalue theory grounded in Bandura’s social cognitive theory. This theoretical framework provided a motivational framework for student success in a postsecondary, remedial mathematics course based on individual goals for completing the task, student selfefficacy beliefs ...
The Impact Of ComputerBased Programs On Middle School Math Achievement, Kenyatta Gilmore
The Impact Of ComputerBased Programs On Middle School Math Achievement, Kenyatta Gilmore
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
The purpose of this correlation research study was to investigate the impact of computerbased learning on middle school math achievement of atrisk students. The participants for this study were drawn from a convenience sample of 83 middle school students located in southeastern Georgia. Atrisk middle school students were achieving below their grade equivalent and failing to meet local and state proficiency standards. Computerbased instruction was implemented as an intervention to increase student achievement in mathematics. The study used a pretestposttest control group design and used SPSS software to conduct the statistical analyses using an ANCOVA and ttest. The results indicated ...
Growing The Stem Teacher Workforce: A Focus Group Study Of The Career Considerations Of HighAchieving, Underrepresented, High School Students, Demetrice SmithMutegi, Jomo Mutegi, Crystal Morton
Growing The Stem Teacher Workforce: A Focus Group Study Of The Career Considerations Of HighAchieving, Underrepresented, High School Students, Demetrice SmithMutegi, Jomo Mutegi, Crystal Morton
Faculty Publications and Research
The low number of underrepresented minority teachers across all disciplines and all grade levels is a welldocumented problem facing the nation. These disparities become even more pronounced when examining the STEM teaching workforce. According to a report produced by Horizon Research, Inc. (Banilower et al., 2013), only 8% of high school science teachers and 8% of high school mathematics teachers characterize themselves as nonwhite. The purpose of this study was to generate an empirically grounded understanding of three aspects of the career considerations of highachieving, underrepresented minority students (career interests and barriers, the people and organizations that influence career decisions ...
The Impact Of Khan Academy Math Remediation On Ninth Grade Student Achievement, Sandra Kelly
The Impact Of Khan Academy Math Remediation On Ninth Grade Student Achievement, Sandra Kelly
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
The purpose of this quasiexperimental study was to determine if using Khan Academy as math remediation for fifteen minutes per day during a ninth grade Math I class would significantly affect student math achievement as measured by the North Carolina READY Math I EndofCourse Assessment. This quantitative study conducted at two rural high schools in West Virginia used remediation theory to make a comparison against a control population with the independent variable being grade level instruction only or grade level instruction plus math remediation using Khan Academy. The participants in the study included 131 ninth grade high school students taking ...
Teacher Factors And The Impact On Student Success In Algebra I, Kalee Mcmullen
Teacher Factors And The Impact On Student Success In Algebra I, Kalee Mcmullen
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
Algebra I proficiency is an important aspect of a solid foundation in mathematics. Teachers play a critical role in the failure or success of students. Different teacher characteristics are thought to have a significant impact on the potential for student success. This nonexperimental correlational research study seeks to examine the potential relationships between specific teacher characteristics and student success in Algebra I as measured by the Algebra I End of Course Exam scores. This study uses ordinary least squares regression analysis to examine the effects of independent variables on successful Algebra I scores. The independent variables in this study include ...
Technologies To Enhance And Extend Children's Understanding Of Geometry: A Configurative Thematic Synthesis Of The Literature, Helen Crompton, Melva R. Grant, Khitam Y. H. Shraim
Technologies To Enhance And Extend Children's Understanding Of Geometry: A Configurative Thematic Synthesis Of The Literature, Helen Crompton, Melva R. Grant, Khitam Y. H. Shraim
Teaching & Learning Faculty Publications
Empirical evidence indicates that students are not learning geometry with relational understanding of the concepts. Studies have shown that digital technologies can support students in mathematics. The purpose of this study was to find which technologies and technological affordances are specific to learners of geometry. This paper presents the results of a configurative thematic synthesis of empirical studies and theoretical papers to show that dynamic geometry environments (DGEs: including 3D DGEs) and logobased environments were the main types of technologies used to support geometry learners. The results of this study also reveal that there are five main technological supports provided ...
Mathematical Abilities In Children With Developmental Language Disorder, Alexandra M. Cross, Lisa M.D. Archibald, Marc F. Joanisse
Mathematical Abilities In Children With Developmental Language Disorder, Alexandra M. Cross, Lisa M.D. Archibald, Marc F. Joanisse
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences Publications
Purpose. The present paper provides a scoping review of the literature on mathematical abilities in developmental language disorder (DLD). Children with DLD typically struggle with learning in school, however the mechanism by which DLD impacts academic success is unclear. Mathematics involves demands in the multiple domains, and therefore holds potential for examining the relationship between language and academic performance on tasks mediated by verbal and nonverbal demands.
Methods. A scoping review was performed via computerized database searching to examine literature on mathematics and DLD. The 21 papers meeting inclusion criteria compared children with typical development or DLD on various tasks ...
Eğitim Sistemimiz Ve 21. Yüzyil Hayalimiz: 2045 Hedeflerine İlerlerken, Türkiye Için Stem Odaklı Ekonomik Bir Yol Haritası, Mehmet Aydeniz
Eğitim Sistemimiz Ve 21. Yüzyil Hayalimiz: 2045 Hedeflerine İlerlerken, Türkiye Için Stem Odaklı Ekonomik Bir Yol Haritası, Mehmet Aydeniz
Theory and Practice in Teacher Education Publications and Other Works
Bilimsel ve teknolojik gelişmeler, yeni sanayilerin oluşmasında, ülkelerin askeri savunma kapasitelerini artırmada, mevcut sanayilerde üretkenliği tetiklemekte, hayat kalitesinin yükselmesinde ve eğitimin erişebilirliğinde önemli bir rol oynamaya devam etmektedir. Dolayısıyla bir Ülkenin ekonomik gelişimi, bilimsel çalışma yapabilme kapasitesine, teknolojisinin gelişimine, girişimcilik ortamı ve inovasyon yapabilme kapasitesine bağlıdır.
Ekonomiye önemli katkıları olan bilimin ve teknolojinin gelişmesi, STEM alanlarında gerekli ön bilgi ve becerilere sahip, problemlere yaratıcı bir bakışla yaklaşabilen, özgür düşünebilen, sorgulayan, inovatif çözüm üretebilen, dayanışmayı önemseyen bir nesil yetiştirebilen okulların varlığına bağlıdır.
Peki Türk Eğitim Sistemi, Ülkemizin ekonomik yarışabilirlik potansiyelini yükseltecek, savunma kapasitesini artıracak, bölgesel liderliğinin bir adım öne çıkmasını sağlayacak ...
Let's Get Physical! Teaching Mathematics Through The Lens Of Physics, Peggy Bertrand Ph.D., Lauren Jeneva Clark Ph.D.
Let's Get Physical! Teaching Mathematics Through The Lens Of Physics, Peggy Bertrand Ph.D., Lauren Jeneva Clark Ph.D.
Faculty Publications and Other Works  Mathematics
In 2017, a professional development project, Let's Get Physical! Teaching Mathematics through the Lens of Physics, was funded by a Tennessee Higher Education Commission (THEC) Improving Teacher Quality (ITQ) grant, and was hosted by the University of Tennessee Department of Mathematics. These proceedings contain physicsbased secondary mathematics lessons that guided this project. For example, in one lesson, tracking the behavior of live insects helps students learn about displacement, velocity, geometry, and measurement. In another, dropping coffee filters helps students learn about drag, logarithms, and graphical methods. Lasers and lenses can be used to teach reflection and refraction, and one ...
Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures And The Effects On Student Achievement And Engagement, Lisa M. Farmer
Kagan Cooperative Learning Structures And The Effects On Student Achievement And Engagement, Lisa M. Farmer
Master's Theses & Capstone Projects
The purpose of this action research project is to determine if there is a correlation between Kagan cooperative learning and student achievement and engagement in mathematics. Data was collected using a mixed methods approach. Quantitative data was gathered through three math pre and posttests. Qualitative data was collected through observations and interactions with students. Analysis of the data collected suggests that students are more engaged when working in cooperative teams. Growth was also noted from pretests to the posttest.
The Relationship Between Elementary Teachers' Background In Mathematics, Teaching SelfEfficacy, And Teaching Outcome Expectancy When Implementing The Common Core State Standards, Jennifer Stuart
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
The purpose of this correlation study was to identify a possible relationship between elementary teacher background in mathematics as measured by completed college math credit hours, districtprovided professional development hours of training in Common Core math standards, and years of teaching experience, and teacher efficacy in math as measured by personal teaching self efficacy and outcome expectancy. The sample in the present study consisted of 69 elementary (K5) math teachers in a mediumsized semirural district located within a southern state. The data was collected using the Mathematics Teaching Efficacy Beliefs Instrument (MTEBI), an online survey that was sent to the ...
The Effects Of Desmos And Ti83 Plus Graphing Calculators On The ProblemSolving Confidence Of Middle And High School Mathematics Students, Edwin Montijo
Doctoral Dissertations and Projects
As technology in education continues to improve, research is necessary to assess the impact it is having on students’ confidence in the way students solve mathematics problems. The purpose of this quasiexperimental, nonequivalent controlgroup comparison study is to examine the impact the Desmos graphing calculator has on the problemsolving confidence of middle school and high school students as compared to students who use a TI83 Plus graphing calculator while controlling for students’ math achievement scores. The students (N = 146) participating in this study were learning their respective mathematics material for an equivalent period of 12 weeks in order to determine ...
A Century Of Mathematical Excellence At Spelman College, Colm Mulcahy
A Century Of Mathematical Excellence At Spelman College, Colm Mulcahy
Spelman College Faculty Publications
This file consists of the presentation slides of a presentation by Colm Mulcahy at the AMSNAM Joint Special Session on The Mathematics of the Atlanta University Center. The event was held Thursday January 5, 2017, 8:00 a.m.4:00 p.m. at the Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, Georgia.
Maths Games: A Universal Design Approach To Mathematical Reasoning, Kelley E. Buchheister, Christa Jackson, Cynthia E. Taylor
Maths Games: A Universal Design Approach To Mathematical Reasoning, Kelley E. Buchheister, Christa Jackson, Cynthia E. Taylor
Faculty Publications, Department of Child, Youth, and Family Studies
By incorporating math games into the classroom, through the principles of Universal Design teachers are able to address mathematical content, reasoning and problem solving, as well as tailoring games to address students' individual needs.
Give Me A Formula Not The Concept! Student Preference To Mathematical Problem Solving, Manveer Mann, Mary C. Enderson
Give Me A Formula Not The Concept! Student Preference To Mathematical Problem Solving, Manveer Mann, Mary C. Enderson
STEMPS Faculty Publications
Purpose of Study: The purpose of this study was to assess student preference for procedural (formuladriven) versus conceptual (conceptdriven) approaches to solve mathematical problems. Additionally, we evaluated differences in preferences among students who performed above average and those who performed at or below average on simple arithmetic problems.
Methods/Design and Sample: We used a singlefactor (Instructional Approach: conceptual vs. procedural) betweensubjects experiment. Instructional approach was manipulated using short embedded instructional videos. Students evaluated each approach on a fivepoint scale.
Results: We found that students (aboveaverage and average/belowaverage) preferred the procedural approach to the conceptual approach. Interestingly, however, although ...
Differentiating Instruction Through Math Stations And Literacy Centers, Olivia Bates
Differentiating Instruction Through Math Stations And Literacy Centers, Olivia Bates
Faculty Curated Undergraduate Works
Differentiating instruction based on students’ readiness, interests, and learning profiles is essential for creating effective and meaningful learning activities. Identifying these characteristics allows teachers to meet students’ needs and engage them in learning. By differentiating instruction, educators target specific students’ strengths and challenges in developing lessons to support their understanding of content. Two useful strategies for differentiating math and literacy instruction include stations and centers. In stations and centers, students work on specific skills catered to their educational needs while rotating activities in flexible groups. This guide supports teachers in identifying strategies and understanding the benefits of differentiating math and ...
‘When I Am Being Rushed It Slows Down My Brain’: Constructing SelfUnderstandings As A Mathematics Learner, Rachel Lambert
‘When I Am Being Rushed It Slows Down My Brain’: Constructing SelfUnderstandings As A Mathematics Learner, Rachel Lambert
Education Faculty Articles and Research
Understanding learning disabilities (LDs) as constructed through multiple cultural practices including discourse, this paper focuses on a Latino middle school student with a LD named Elijah. This study documents both the discourses and practices used to position Elijah as a mathematics learner, as well as his use of similar discourses as he constructs a complex set of selfunderstandings as a mathematics learner. Elijah is positioned by discourses that prioritise speed as an indicator of mathematical ability, as well as discourses that construct students with LD as having both intelligence and differences such as processing speed. An analysis of interview and ...
Using A Repeated Measures Anova Design To Analyze The Effect Writing In Mathematics Has On The Mathematics Achievement Of Third Grade English Language Learners And English Speakers, Zoe A. Morales
FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations
The gap that exists between English language learners and English speaking students’ achievement in mathematics continues to grow. Moreover, students are now required to show evidence of their mathematics knowledge through writing in standardized assessments and class assignments.
The purpose of this study was to analyze students’ writing in mathematics and the metacognitive behaviors they portrayed through their writing as they solved mathematics problems. The instruments included a pretest, two biweekly tests, and a posttest. The writing instruction encompassed students learning to solve problems by using Polya’s four phases of problem solving which was completed in 12 sessions over ...
Creating Art Patterns With Math And Code, Boyan Kostadinov
Creating Art Patterns With Math And Code, Boyan Kostadinov
Publications and Research
The goal of this talk is to showcase some visualization projects that we developed for a 3day Code in R summer program, designed to inspire the creative side of our STEM students by engaging them with computational projects that we developed with the purpose of mixing calculus level math and code to create complex geometric patterns. One of the goals of this program was to attract more minority and female students into applied math and computer science majors.
The projects are designed to be implemented using the highlevel, opensource and free computational environment R, a popular software in industry for ...
Should Students Assessed As Needing Remedial Mathematics Take CollegeLevel Quantitative Courses Instead? A Randomized Controlled Trial, Alexandra W. Logue, Mari Watanabe, Daniel Douglas
Should Students Assessed As Needing Remedial Mathematics Take CollegeLevel Quantitative Courses Instead? A Randomized Controlled Trial, Alexandra W. Logue, Mari Watanabe, Daniel Douglas
Publications and Research
Many college students never take, or do not pass, required remedial mathematics courses theorized to increase collegelevel performance. Some colleges and states are therefore instituting policies allowing students to take collegelevel courses without first taking remedial courses. However, no experiments have compared the effectiveness of these approaches, and other data are mixed. We randomly assigned 907 students to (a) remedial elementary algebra, (b) that course with workshops, or (c) collegelevel statistics with workshops (corequisite remediation). Students assigned to statistics passed at a rate 16 percentage points higher than those assigned to algebra (p
Should Students Assessed As Needing Remedial Mathematics Take CollegeLevel Quantitative Courses Instead? A Randomized Controlled Trial, Alexandra W. Logue, Mari WatanabeRose, Daniel Douglas
Should Students Assessed As Needing Remedial Mathematics Take CollegeLevel Quantitative Courses Instead? A Randomized Controlled Trial, Alexandra W. Logue, Mari WatanabeRose, Daniel Douglas
Publications and Research
This data set is for Should Students Assessed as Needing Remedial Mathematics Take CollegeLevel Quantitative Courses Instead? A Randomized Controlled Trial (Logue, WatanabeRose, & Douglas, 2016).
Geogebra: Dynamic Math Worksheets For The K12 Classroom, Carlee Nelson
Geogebra: Dynamic Math Worksheets For The K12 Classroom, Carlee Nelson
Academic Excellence Showcase Proceedings
What is Geogebra?
3 worksheets:
SlopeIntercept Form
Integer Addition
Angle Classification