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ERIC Number: EJ038319
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1971
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An Experimental Study of the Relationship of Homework to Pupil Success in Computation With Fractions
Gray, Roland F.; Allison, Donald E.
School Science and Mathematics, 71, 4, 339-346, Apr 71
Reviews important research relating the significance of homework to achievement, and describes a study with 64 sixth grade pupils to determine effects of homework in working with fractions over an eight-week period. Findings reveal no statistically significant difference on tests of computational skills in fractions and on measures of understanding of fractional concepts between pupils who did homework and those who did not. Bibliography. (PR)
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