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Cilli-Turner, Emily; Dunmyre, Justin; Mahoney, Thomas; Wiley, Chad – PRIMUS, 2020
While you may be ready to make the change to implementing Mastery Grading, you may still wonder exactly how to do this. This paper seeks to compile recommendations on implementing mastery grading from various sources as well as examples from our own experiences. The reader should expect a detailed overview of the components involved in mastery…
Descriptors: Grading, Mastery Learning, Evaluation Methods, Program Implementation
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Heinzen, Thomas E.; Ivezaj, Stephanie – Journal of Applied Testing Technology, 2019
The hallmark of a well-designed game is player persistence -- the same characteristic professors hope to cultivate in their students, especially in the face of the student retention crisis. The four studies reported here include an archival study, a focus group, and two experiments. They each test a minor game mechanic that may have a small but…
Descriptors: Student Motivation, Student Attitudes, Negative Attitudes, Games
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Kerrigan, John – College Teaching, 2018
Active learning involves students engaging with course content beyond lecture: through writing, applets, simulations, games, and more (Prince, 2004). As mathematics is often viewed as a subject area that is taught using more traditional methods (Goldsmith & Mark, 1999), there are actually many simple ways to make undergraduate mathematics…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Mathematics Instruction, College Mathematics, Undergraduate Students
Masota, Laurent Anatoly – 1982
An investigation was made of the effectiveness of the teacher education curriculum for primary school mathematics teachers in Tanzania. Subjects were a random sample of 8 teacher trainees in each of 4 selected colleges, as well as 4 school principals, 12 tutors, and 16 serving teachers. Data were gathered by means of questionnaires and…
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Elementary Education, Elementary School Mathematics, Foreign Countries
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Suto, Irenka; Elliott, Gill; Rushton, Nicky; Mehta, Sanjana – Educational Studies, 2012
We explored teachers' views and students' experiences of going beyond the syllabus in Advanced (A) level Mathematics. Questionnaires were sent to teachers and students in a sample of 200 schools and colleges. Teachers were asked about the necessity, importance and benefits of additional teaching. Students were asked about the extra activities they…
Descriptors: Questionnaires, Mathematics Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Student Attitudes
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Sharma, Manjula Devi; Stewart, Chris; Wilson, Rachel; Gokalp, Muhammed Sait – EURASIA Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2013
In recent decades, the literature paid attention to students' conceptions of the nature of disciplines. This study aimed to investigate how students' cohesive and fragment conceptions of physics changed with a major change in senior high school physics syllabus. We obtained measures of conceptions of physics by utilizing a 20-item questionnaire…
Descriptors: Physics, Student Attitudes, Science Education, Attitude Change
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Cabedo, J. David; Maset-Llaudes, Amparo – Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 2020
Self or formative assessment are terms that, linked to feedback, appear in the literature associated with initiatives aimed at improving the learning process in higher education. Some studies have highlighted the peculiarities of the feedback techniques targeted towards first-year undergraduates, in subjects with a large number of students, or…
Descriptors: Formative Evaluation, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Error Correction, Feedback (Response)
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Hsu, Wei-Ling; Chen, Yi-Sian; Shiau, Yan-Chyuan; Chern, Tian-Yow – Education Sciences, 2019
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education has become a new trend in international education curriculum reform. This study analyzed the teaching of seven subjects and performance indicators by collecting data from literature of diversified fields, proficiency training courses, and syllabi of construction management…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Curriculum Design, Engineering Education, Construction Industry
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Griffith, John; Faulconer, Emily; McMasters, Bobby – Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration, 2021
Various instructor qualities have been shown to have variable influences student outcomes in online courses. In this study, the impact of faculty quality on student performance was examined by comparing student performance when taught by excellent faculty and average faculty (determined through administrative evaluations). We examined 328 student…
Descriptors: Teacher Effectiveness, College Mathematics, Statistics Education, Mathematics Achievement
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Sagge, Roberto G., Jr.; Bacio, Salvador P., Jr. – Journal of Science and Mathematics Education in Southeast Asia, 2019
Purpose: This study presents the competence level of education students in College Geometry and the development of a Computer Generated Instructional Materials (CGIM). Method: This research used the model for research and development by Borg and Gall (2003) with revision. The researchers developed a CGIM, specifically, the worktext paired with…
Descriptors: College Students, College Mathematics, Geometry, Mathematics Skills
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Glass, Richard; Spiegelman, Marsha – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2008
The growth of online resources and the advances in Web 2.0 technology are changing the information landscape and impacting teaching and learning. While information literacy has been recognized as a critical component of undergraduate learning, little if any discipline-specific research is done in the lower division mathematics/computer science…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Interaction, Computer Science, Information Literacy
Bremer, Zoe – Mathematics Teaching, 2010
In this article, the author suggests a cross-curricular idea that can link with PE, dance, music and history. Teacher David Schmitz, a maths teacher in Illinois who was also a square dance caller, had developed a maths course that used the standard square dance syllabus to teach mathematical principles. He presents an intensive, two-week course…
Descriptors: Barriers, Dance, Professional Associations, Geometric Concepts
Stein, Daniel – ProQuest LLC, 2016
Underprepared college students take zero credit courses, extending their stay, and increase college debt which may lead to attrition (SUNY, 2015). President Obama's Affordability Proposal reported on a college "cost crisis" created "by failing to use technology to its fullest effect" (Kelly and Carey, 2013). The non-profit…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Two Year Colleges, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Romine, William L.; Sadler, Troy D. – Research in Science Education, 2016
Improving interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) is crucial to widening participation and success in STEM studies at the college level. To understand how classroom and extracurricular interventions affect interest, it is necessary to have appropriate measurement tools. We describe the adaptation and revalidation of a…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Student Interests, Test Construction, Nonmajors
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Clark, Thomas J. – PRIMUS, 2019
The first day of many mathematics classes is filled with the formalities of the syllabus and a lecture introduction to the course content. Here, an alternative is presented where modeling is placed as the centerpiece to orient students to the work of differential equations; namely, to capture as beautifully and compactly as possible through the…
Descriptors: Equations (Mathematics), Calculus, Mathematical Models, College Mathematics
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