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Robitaille, David F. – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1990
Presented is a comparison of two major surveys of the teaching and learning of mathematics conducted by the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement. Surveys indicate that performance levels have declined in computational skills and increased in algebra. (Author/CW)
Descriptors: Algebra, Arithmetic, Calculus, Comparative Education
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Liebeck, Pamela – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1990
Children's responses to an alternative model over three lessons were described and their learning assessed in a posttest. Their responses and performances were compared to that of a similar group of children learning through a conventional number line model. The two models were compared from practical and theoretical viewpoints. (Author/CW)
Descriptors: Arithmetic, Cognitive Development, Cognitive Structures, Learning Strategies
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Zehavi, Nurit; And Others – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1985
A model of qualities of mathematical activity was developed within a framework of learning goals. A clinical application of the model is described, in which ninth-grade students were given assignment projects. A hierarchy of effective guidance was established, permitting diagnostic evaluation and progressive development of mathematical activity.…
Descriptors: Diagnostic Teaching, Educational Research, Error Patterns, Grade 9
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Ben-Chaim, David; And Others – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1990
Comparisons were made between teacher and pupil perceptions of eight facets of the mathematics environment. Teacher perceptions tended to differ from pupil perceptions although not always in the hypothesized direction. (Author/CW)
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Educational Environment, Foreign Countries, Mathematics Education
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Yerushalmy, Michal; Chazan, Daniel – Educational Studies in Mathematics, 1990
Identified are three obstacles which students must overcome when examining and interpreting diagrams. The resources of the Geometric Supposer, a set of microcomputer tools designed to aid students, are outlined. The advantages of the use of this software are emphasized. (CW)
Descriptors: Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education, Diagrams, Geometric Constructions