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Winsor, Matthew S. – Mathematics Teacher, 2007
In this article, the author describes how he created an approach that he terms "Mathematics as a Second Language" (MSL) for teaching ELL students mathematics. The main components of MSL are vocabulary activities, journals, group work, and projects. He used MSL to teach prealgebra to ELL students, as well as to native English speakers, for two…
Descriptors: Action Research, Mathematics Instruction, Limited English Speaking, English (Second Language)
Russell, Michael; Carey, Rebecca; Kleiman, Glenn; Venable, Joanne Douglas – Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 2009
The study compared the effects of a professional development course delivered in an online and a face-to-face format. The effects examined included changes in teachers' pedagogical beliefs, instructional practices, and understanding of teaching number-sense and related mathematical concepts. The study randomly assigned participants to either the…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Mathematical Concepts, Professional Development, Mathematics Instruction
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Wong, Shin Y.; Connelly, Robin K.; Hartel, Richard W. – Journal of Food Science Education, 2010
The current generation of students coming into food science and engineering programs is very visually oriented from their early experiences. To increase their interest in learning, new and visually appealing teaching materials need to be developed. Two diverse groups of students may be identified based on their math skills. Food science students…
Descriptors: Foods Instruction, Curriculum Development, Engineering Education, Focus Groups
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Flohic, Hélène M. L. G. – Journal of Astronomy & Earth Sciences Education, 2017
A common challenge among university professors is how to best design undergraduate courses to successfully enhance students' attitudes. To compare which curriculum was more efficient at fostering a positive attitude towards science in general, I studied the impact of two different general education science courses on the attitudes of college…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Astronomy, Undergraduate Students, Student Attitudes
Subramaniam, Selva Ranee; Cheong, Loh Sau – Journal of Science and Mathematics Education in Southeast Asia, 2008
This study sought to explore the emotional intelligence of Form One mathematics and science teachers. The emotional intelligence of the teachers was determined using the Emotional Intelligence for Mathematics and Science Teachers (EIMST) survey instrument. It was adapted and adopted from related instruments and then pilot tested for validity and…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Teaching Methods, Science Teachers, Mathematics Teachers
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Weng, Pei-Lin; Bouck, Emily C. – TEACHING Exceptional Children, 2017
Price comparison is a functional mathematics skill involving purchasing, use of money, and budgeting, with the goal of selecting the best deal based on a person's financial resources (Browder, Spooner, & Trela, 2011). The operational definition of "price comparison" is to compare the magnitudes of the price numbers and then select…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Skills, Mathematical Concepts, Special Education Teachers
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Cagle, Jack F. – Journal of Organizational and Educational Leadership, 2017
A decade of research on school discipline has made society keenly aware of the "elephant in the room." Overwhelmingly, Black students are "wounded" permanently when they are suspended over and over for offenses that are overlooked when their white counterparts commit the same infraction. Since Black students are suspended…
Descriptors: Public Education, Disproportionate Representation, Suspension, Minority Group Students
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Elmslie, Bruce T.; Tebaldi, Edinaldo – Journal of Economic Education, 2010
Many instructors in subjects such as economics are frequently concerned with how to teach technical material to undergraduate students with limited mathematical backgrounds. One method that has proven successful for the authors is to connect theoretically sophisticated material with actual data. This enables students to see how the theory relates…
Descriptors: Economic Progress, Undergraduate Students, Economics Education, Macroeconomics
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Xu, Yonghong Jade; Meyer, Katrina A.; Morgan, Dianne D. – Journal of Statistics Education, 2009
This study used a mixed-methods approach to evaluate a hybrid teaching format that incorporated an online tutoring system, ALEKS, to address students' learning needs in a graduate-level introductory statistics course. Student performance in the hybrid course with ALEKS was found to be no different from that in a course taught in a traditional…
Descriptors: Focus Groups, Statistics, Tutoring, Blended Learning
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Kamii, Constance; Rummelsburg, Judith; Kari, Amy – Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 2005
To develop their logico-mathematical foundation of number as described by Piaget (1947/1950, 1967/1971, 1971/1974), 26 low-performing, low-SES first graders were given physical-knowledge activities (e.g., Pick-Up Sticks and "bowling") during the math hour instead of math instruction. During the second half of the school year, when they showed…
Descriptors: Mental Computation, Word Problems (Mathematics), Grade 1, Arithmetic
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Narli, Serkan; Baser, Nes'e – International Journal of Environmental and Science Education, 2008
Infinity has contradictions arising from its nature. Since mind is actually adapted to finite realities attained by behaviors in space and time, when one starts to deal with real infinity, contradictions will arise. In particular, Cantorian Set Theory, for it involves the notion of "equivalence of a set to one of its proper subsets," causes…
Descriptors: Experimental Groups, Active Learning, Mathematics Teachers, Topology
Halls, W. D., Ed. – 1990
The global status of comparative education from the 1960s to the present is presented in three parts. Part 1 comprises a general review of the background to seven regional studies. The review provides a picture of the overall historical development; the modifications in the concept of comparative education that have occurred; the general…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Comparative Education, Cross Cultural Studies, Educational Development
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Wiliam, Dylan; Bartholomew, Hannah – British Educational Research Journal, 2004
The mathematics achievement of a cohort of 955 students in 42 classes in six schools in London was followed over a 4-year period, until they took their General Certificate of Secondary Education examinations (GCSEs) in the summer of 2000. All six schools were regarded by the Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted) as providing a good standard…
Descriptors: Mathematics Achievement, Grades (Scholastic), Ability Grouping, Mathematics Instruction
Givvin, Karen B.; And Others – 1996
This study investigated the nature and validity of teacher judgments about student motivation as part of a project related to the teaching of mathematics. The study examined: (1) the degree of correlation between teachers' and students' assessments of students' motivation regarding mathematical topics; (2) the stability of teachers' and students'…
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Correlation, Elementary School Mathematics, Elementary School Students
Barer-Stein, Thelma, Ed.; Kompf, Michael, Ed. – 2001
This book, which is intended as a text for future and experienced adult educators, examines current theories and best practices in adult education. The book consists of 20 chapters written by prominent practitioners in the field of adult education. The chapter titles and authors are as follows: "Teachers Sharing Experiences" (James A. Draper);…
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Adult Educators, Adult Learning, Adult Literacy
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