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ERIC Number: EJ237334
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1980-Nov
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Manipulative versus Symbolic Approaches to Teaching Logical Connectives in Junior High School: An AptitudeXTreatment Interaction Study.
Juilfs, Patricia A.; Threadgill-Sowder, Judith A.
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, v11 n5 p367-74 Nov 1980
The interactive effects between mathematical achievement and manipulative v symbolic instruction with junior high school students are examined in this report. Low-achieving students benefited more from a manipulative approach to logical connectives, whereas high achieving students found the symbolic approach to be more effective. (MP)
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Language: English
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