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Villa, Estelita Arellano; Sebastian, Mildred Arellano – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2021

Several researchers have investigated different factors which are found responsible for students' mathematics achievement. This study examined achievement motivation, locus of control and study habits as predictors of mathematics achievement of freshman students taking non-board examination programs at a certain state university in Southern Luzon,…

Descriptors: Student Motivation, Locus of Control, Study Habits, Predictor Variables

Peteros, Emerson; Gamboa, Antonietta; Etcuban, Jonathan O.; Dinauanao, Aahron; Sitoy, Regina; Arcadio, Redjie – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2020

Self-concept in mathematics can be defined as student ratings of their skills, ability, enjoyment, and interest in mathematics is seen as an essential factor in their achievement in math. This study assessed the self-concept and academic performance in Math of the Grade 10 students of a public national high school, Cebu, Philippines. The study…

Descriptors: Mathematics Achievement, Mathematics Instruction, Self Concept, Student Attitudes

Sebastian, Mildred Arellano – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2020

Most teachers assume that asking questions contributes to the effectiveness of their instruction. Because proper questioning techniques are important for the classroom, this study identified the Mathematics pre-service teachers' classification of test items using the revised Bloom's Taxonomy (rBT) and the Cunningham's Levels of Questions (CLQs).…

Descriptors: Test Items, Preservice Teachers, Classification, Mathematics Tests

Guinocor, Marvin; Almerino, Porferio; Mamites, Irene; Lumayag, Charisma; Villaganas, Mary Anne; Capuyan, Mae – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2020

Teaching and understanding mathematics is a significant concern in any educational system. Largish efforts are made by various researchers to find out the causes of students' performance in the subject. Despite every one of these endeavors issues still, endure. The researchers used a descriptive-correlational design to gather data through an…

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mathematics Achievement, College Students, Study Habits

Capuno, Reylan; Revalde, Helen; Etcuban, Jonathan Olores; Aventuna, Marvin; Medio, Gerwine; Demeterio, Rino Anthony – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2019

The utilization of media to improve instructing and learning supplements conventional ways to deal with learning. Viable guidance fabricates between understudies' information and the learning destinations in mathematics. Through the using of media, it engages students, aids them in knowledge retention, as well as motivates them. This study…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Educational Media, Instructional Effectiveness, Grade 3

Almerino, Porferio M., Jr.; Etcuban, Jonathan Olores; De Jose, Cionelyn G.; Almerino, Jana Gloria F. – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2019

This research evaluated the extent of students' affective beliefs towards mathematics at Southern Leyte State University (SLSU), Sogod, Southern Leyte, Philippines as the basis for a Mathematical Disposition Intervention Plan. The study employed descriptive research as the investigation centers on the extent of the students' affective beliefs…

Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Beliefs, Mathematics Instruction, Foreign Countries

Peteros, Emerson; Columna, Diosa; Etcuban, Jonathan O.; Almerino, Porferio, Jr.; Almerino, Jana Gloria – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2019

Students' accomplishment in mathematics is a component of their home condition, attitudes towards the discipline, and curriculum that clarify varieties in students' achievement. The study determined the attitudes and academic achievement of students who are recipients of Conditional Cash Transfer (CCT) towards mathematics in a public national high…

Descriptors: Mathematics Achievement, Student Attitudes, Public Schools, Foreign Countries

Capuno, Reylan; Necesario, Renante; Etcuban, Jonathan Olores; Espina, Raymond; Padillo, Gengen; Manguilimotan, Ramil – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2019

Mathematics as a discipline is considered as one of the most difficult subjects among Filipino learners. This study was conducted in a public national high school in the Mandaue City Division, Cebu, Philippines. The respondents were the 177 Grade 9 students enrolled in mathematics. These respondents were selected using probability random sampling.…

Descriptors: Junior High School Students, Student Attitudes, Mathematics Achievement, Study Habits

Etcuban, Jonathan O.; Campanilla, Bell S.; Horteza, Al D. – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2019

The utilization of mathematical software offers numerous points of interest to students, which are fundamentals in the teaching-learning process in the four corners of the classroom. The study determined the effects of Mathcad as an instructional and a computational tool in teaching College Algebra to the Education students in the University of…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Achievement, College Mathematics, Algebra

Etcuban, Jonathan O.; Pantinople, Leocineza D. – International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education, 2018

Mobile technology opens a new avenue for teaching and learning mathematics in schools in the 21st century. This study determined the effects of using a mobile application in teaching mathematics among Grade 8 students of a public national high school, Cebu City, Philippines. The researchers used the quasi-experimental method of research using the…

Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, High School Students, Telecommunications