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2016

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

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A Quantitative Study: The Relationship Between School-Wide Instructional Practices, Teacher Beliefs, And Growth Mindset And Value-Added Student Growth In Elementary Mathematics For Grades 3–5, James W. Jones Dec 2016

A Quantitative Study: The Relationship Between School-Wide Instructional Practices, Teacher Beliefs, And Growth Mindset And Value-Added Student Growth In Elementary Mathematics For Grades 3–5, James W. Jones

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This study investigated the correlation between instructional practices, teacher beliefs, and teacher mindset on elementary student growth in mathematics. Growth was considered as the Average Growth Index (AGI), a value-added metric derived from the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment. The study exclusively focused on Pennsylvania elementary schools responsible for teaching mathematics in Grades 3, 4, and 5 only. Publicly available AGI scores for the 2014-2015 school year were identified as the measure of student growth in mathematics. School district superintendents, elementary school principals, and classroom teachers were identified and linked to preexisting AGI scores. Three existing, validated surveys designed to ...