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Brewer, J. Patrick – PRIMUS, 2003
This article describes a sophomore transition-to-advanced-math course taught via a modified Moore method at Lebanon Valley College.
Descriptors: Active Learning, Mathematics Instruction, College Mathematics, Advanced Courses
Oguntoyinbo, Lekan – Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 2012
Many experts give the nation's schools a poor grade for their approach to teaching mathematics and for their preparation of mathematics teachers. While many policymakers make much of data that suggest children in the United States lag behind many other advanced countries in math, many experts call for a change in mathematics education,…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Educational Change, Careers, Mathematics Education
Phelps, Robin J. – ProQuest LLC, 2012
This study examined the effectiveness of interactive whiteboards on student engagement. Perceptions from 108 middle school students and one middle school teacher were analyzed to answer the research question: What are the perceptions of middle school students and one middle school teacher regarding student engagement during lessons using an…
Descriptors: Bulletin Boards, Visual Aids, Educational Technology, Interactive Video
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Herman, Phillip; Carreon, Daisy; Scanlan, Spencer; Dandapani, Nitara – Regional Educational Laboratory Pacific, 2017
Over the period 2010-14 more than 80 percent of public high school graduates in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands were placed in non-credit-bearing developmental English courses and more than 92 percent were placed in developmental math courses when they enrolled at Northern Marianas College, the commonwealth's only public…
Descriptors: High School Graduates, Student Characteristics, Demography, College Readiness
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Olney, Martha L. – Journal of Economic Education, 2015
The University of California, Berkeley sends more undergraduate students to economics PhD programs than any other public university. While this fact is surely a function of its size, there may be lessons from the Berkeley experience that others could adopt. To investigate why Berkeley generates so many economics PhD students, the author convened…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Doctoral Programs, Economics Education, Student Surveys
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King, Seth A.; Lemons, Christopher J.; Davidson, Kimberly A. – Exceptional Children, 2016
Educators need evidence-based practices to assist students with disabilities in meeting increasingly rigorous standards in mathematics. Students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are increasingly expected to demonstrate learning of basic and advanced mathematical concepts. This review identifies math intervention studies involving children and…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Intervention, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders
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Gill, Willie Wallicia Allen – NASSP Bulletin, 2011
The purpose of this quantitative study was to examine whether a difference existed in the percentage performance of students earning a pass/advanced score on the Standards of Learning (SOL) Test in math and reading in Virginia's Region IV for schools using an A/B block schedule and those using a traditional schedule. The research also examined if…
Descriptors: Block Scheduling, Test Results, Middle Schools, Mathematics Achievement
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Burris, Carol Corbett; Heubert, Jay P.; Levin, Henry M. – American Educational Research Journal, 2006
This longitudinal study examined the effects of providing an accelerated mathematics curriculum in heterogeneously grouped middle school classes in a diverse suburban school district. A quasi-experimental cohort design was used to evaluate subsequent completion of advanced high school math courses as well as academic achievement. Results showed…
Descriptors: Acceleration (Education), Heterogeneous Grouping, High Achievement, Suburban Schools
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Andrews, Sarah E.; Runyon, Christopher; Aikens, Melissa L. – CBE - Life Sciences Education, 2017
In response to calls to improve the quantitative training of undergraduate biology students, there have been increased efforts to better integrate math into biology curricula. One challenge of such efforts is negative student attitudes toward math, which are thought to be particularly prevalent among biology students. According to theory,…
Descriptors: Mathematics, Biology, Test Construction, Values
Tow, Tamara – ProQuest LLC, 2011
High-stakes assessments have encouraged educators to ignore the needs of the top performers. Therefore, the Oakwood School District decided to implement a mathematics pilot enrichment program in order to meet the needs of the advanced mathematics students. As a result, this study used quantitative data to determine if there was a significant…
Descriptors: Correlation, Control Groups, Sample Size, Comparative Analysis
Loveless, Tom – Brookings Institution, 2008
This new study is being released as an advance excerpt of the 2008 Brown Center Report on American Education. This new report finds that the nation's push to challenge more students by placing them in advanced math classes in eighth grade has had unintended and damaging consequences, as some 120,000 middle-schoolers are now struggling in advanced…
Descriptors: Classes (Groups of Students), Grade 8, Arithmetic, Algebra
Achieve, Inc., 2013
Far too many students in the U.S. give up on math early because it does not come easy and they believe only students with innate ability can really be "good" at mathematics, a notion that is all too often reinforced by adults who believe the same thing. There is a serious gap between how Americans value math generally and how they value math for…
Descriptors: Children, Foreign Countries, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Skills
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Herman, Phillip; Scanlan, Spencer; Carreon, Daisy – Regional Educational Laboratory Pacific, 2017
Many students graduate from high school academically unprepared for college. When such students enroll in college as first-time freshmen, they are commonly placed in non-credit-bearing developmental English and math courses to develop the skills necessary to complete freshman-level credit-bearing courses. Understanding students' college readiness…
Descriptors: High School Graduates, College Preparation, College Readiness, Developmental Studies Programs
Principal Leadership, 2013
In 2003, Southmoreland was a seventh- and eighth-grade junior high school in the warning category under NCLB for failing to make adequate yearly progress. Scores on state tests were grim--only 39% of the students were proficient or advanced in math and 55% in reading. Two years later, the combined improvement in reading and math scores resulted in…
Descriptors: Middle Schools, Instructional Leadership, Principals, High Achievement
Pond, Jeff G. – ProQuest LLC, 2017
Acceleration refers to placing students in advanced courses to meet their individual learning ability. The problem of focus in this study was that the increased placement of students in advanced courses was often associated with negative impacts, including a lack of readiness, as well as emotional and social immaturity. As such, the purpose of…
Descriptors: Student Participation, Mathematics Instruction, Academic Achievement, Middle School Students
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