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Kyser, Christine – Texas Journal of Literacy Education, 2022
This research conducted with third graders examined a teacher and her students as they transformed their traditional writing workshop to a designing workshop. Using the New London Group's (1996) pedagogy of multiliteracies and Katie Wood Ray's (2006) units of study as frameworks, students participated in a unit of study on informational texts.…
Descriptors: Multiple Literacies, Grade 3, Elementary School Students, Writing Workshops
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Assmus, Daniela; Fritzlar, Torsten – ZDM: Mathematics Education, 2022
Relationships between mathematical giftedness and mathematical creativity have been widely studied, but few studies are available for primary school age. For an investigation in this age group, it seems appropriate to use a content area that not only has high relevance for mathematics and special potentials for creativity, but also requires only a…
Descriptors: Mathematics Skills, Creativity, Academically Gifted, Elementary School Students
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Pinto, Eder; Cañadas, María C.; Moreno, Antonio – International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 2022
This study describes how 24 third graders (8-9 years old) relate and represent the relationships between variables when working with a functional thinking problem. This aspect contributes to providing insights about how elementary school students attend properties and relationships between covarying quantities rather than isolated computations.…
Descriptors: Grade 3, Algebra, Mathematical Logic, Mathematics Skills
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Espinoza, Katherine; Guzmán, Norma; Salazar, María Elena – Urban Review: Issues and Ideas in Public Education, 2022
This testimonio examines how a 3rd grade bilingual teacher unpacks the learning process as it relates to her agency in implementing culturally relevant (Ladson-Billings, Am Educ Res J, 32(3):465-491, 1995, Soc Stud Curric Purp Probl Possib, pp 201--215, 2001; Quiocho and Rios, Rev Educ Res, 70(4):485-528, 2000) and culturally sustaining (Paris,…
Descriptors: Bilingual Teachers, Teacher Attitudes, Grade 3, Elementary School Teachers
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Maynard, Chanelle; Young, Chase – Texas Journal of Literacy Education, 2022
The quasi-experimental study utilized an interrupted time-series design to examine the effect of 20 third graders' writing achievement as a result of a trait-based instructional approach to writing. The primary researcher provided writing professional development on traits-based instructional and assessment for a third-grade team. One of those…
Descriptors: Scoring Rubrics, Writing Achievement, Grade 3, Elementary School Students
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Bofferding, Laura; Chen, Lizhen; Kocabas, Sezai; Aqazade, Mahtob – Education Sciences, 2022
Elementary students' early development of embedding and disembedding is complex and paves the way for later STEM learning. The purpose of this study was to clarify the factors that support students' embedding (i.e., overlapping shapes to form a new shape) and disembedding (i.e., identifying discrete shapes within another shape) through the use of…
Descriptors: Grade 1, Grade 3, Puzzles, Cognitive Processes
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Powell, Sarah R.; Berry, Katherine A.; Fall, Anna-Maria; Roberts, Greg; Barnes, Marcia A.; Fuchs, Lynn S.; Martinez-Lincoln, Amanda; Forsyth, Suzanne R.; Vinsonhaler, Rebecca K.; Benz, Sarah A.; Zaparolli, Brenda L.; Lin, Xin – Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness, 2022
We conducted a randomized control trial assessing the effects of two variants of word-problem intervention with third graders (n = 304) experiencing mathematics difficulty. Students were assigned to a business-as-usual condition (BaU) or one of two variants of word-problem intervention. One variant included a pre-algebraic reasoning component…
Descriptors: Word Problems (Mathematics), Mathematics Achievement, Intervention, Program Effectiveness
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Verdun, Victoria R.; Fienup, Daniel M.; Chiasson, Brittany A.; Greer, R. Douglas – Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2022
Peer-mediated instructional strategies (e.g., peer tutoring) have been effective at teaching academic responses in previous research. This study extended the literature by programming for inference-making, or derived relations. Across two experiments, researchers investigated the use of peer tutoring and inference-making to teach…
Descriptors: Peer Teaching, Inferences, Grade 3, Elementary School Students
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Liebfreund, Meghan D.; Porter, Stephen R.; Amendum, Steven J.; Starcke, Matt A. – Elementary School Journal, 2022
The present study employed a difference-in-difference approach to determine the impact of a technologically enhanced diagnostic and formative assessment system implemented in one US state in kindergarten through third grade on school-level end-of-year third-grade reading test scores and percentage of students receiving special education services.…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Grade 3, Reading Tests, Scores
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Lee, Ji-Eun; Hwang, Sunghwan – International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education, 2022
Word problems are frequently used in school mathematics to offer students the opportunity to explore mathematical relationships and structure. However, previous studies have reported that word problems are misused or abused in ways that overlook the original intent of exploring mathematical structure and relationship. This study aims to share a…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Mathematics Education, Word Problems (Mathematics), Grade 3
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Phipps, Laura; Robinson, Eric Lee; Grebe, Stacey – Journal of Behavioral Education, 2022
The Strategic Incremental Rehearsal (SIR) intervention, a modified version of Incremental Rehearsal, is an efficient flashcard procedure that has demonstrated effectiveness on sight word acquisition for children who exhibit reading difficulties. However, to date, the procedure has not been evaluated with children identified with a reading…
Descriptors: Sight Method, Grade 3, Special Education, Reading Difficulties
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Hulac, David M.; Aspiranti, Kathleen; Kriescher, Stephanie; Briesch, Amy M.; Athanasiou, Michelle – Contemporary School Psychology, 2021
Fidget spinners have become popular worldwide, due not only to their popularity with children but also to the mental health claims made by those who advertise them. While a small number of previous research studies indicate that fidget spinners reduce on-task behavior, no research to date has evaluated their effect on student performance. The…
Descriptors: Grade 3, Elementary School Students, Program Effectiveness, Mathematics Achievement
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Brady, Corey; Lehrer, Richard – Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education, 2021
The concept of area measure is widely viewed as fundamental. It is both intrinsically important and also structurally significant, as a representative of the class of continuous multiplicative quantities. Operating flexibly in this context with meaning and conceptual understanding is thus a critical objective for elementary education. Meanwhile,…
Descriptors: Physical Environment, Computer Simulation, Measurement, Geometry
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Ospankulov, Yernar E.; Nurgaliyeva, Saniya; Kunai, Serik; Baigaliev, Adilbek M.; Kaldyhanovna, Kerimbayeva Rysty – Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences, 2022
The shift in emphasis from the motor sphere to the mental, psycho-emotional sphere leads to a decrease in the natural motor activity of the younger schoolchild, which actualizes the development of the functional and body adaptive capabilities by means of motor activity. In this regard, the formation of independence for physical education is one of…
Descriptors: Physical Education, Personal Autonomy, Elementary School Students, Foreign Countries
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Recker, Abigail; Mulvey, Bridget; Ortiz, Joseph – Science and Children, 2022
Throughout the country, there are many bodies of fresh water affected by algal blooms. By focusing on a water source near their school, students can become scientists, too. Situating science content in real and meaningful learning experiences encourages students to be invested in their own learning, construct deeper understandings, and apply those…
Descriptors: Water, Natural Resources, Grade 3, Elementary School Science
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