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Author:Serkan Ozel , Zeynep Ebrar Yetkiner Ozel , Lauren D. Cifuentes
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (1)IJESIM
Abstract:Given strong research support for improvement of students’ conceptual understanding with multiple representations, it is important to understand effects of different representations on student achievement. In this study, an online manipulative tool (OMT) was introduced to st...
Author:Tomomi Sakakibara
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (1)IJESIM
Abstract:Increasingly, it has become recognized that young children's mathematical knowledge is fundamental to their mathematics learning at school. Consistent with this claim, the mathematical knowledge of at-risk students (e.g., students from low-income families) is lower than that of t...
Author:Erhan Ertekin
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (1)IJESIM
Abstract:This study aims to investigate the effects of teaching Analytical Geometry using the software Cabri 3D on teacher trainees’ ability to write the equation of a given special plane, to identify the normal vector of the plane, to draw its graph and to write the equation of a pl...
Author:Serkan Narli , Esra Aksoy , Yusuf Emre Ercire
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (1)IJESIM
Abstract:One of the general discussion in the studies about learning style is what degree of students whose learning style is determined, have other learning styles. In this context, the aim of this study is to determine the learning styles of prospective elementary mathematics teach...
Author:Nejla Gürefe , Saliha Hilal Yarar , Büsra Nur Pazarbasi ...
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (1)IJESIM
Abstract:It is important to be provided meaningful and permanent learning in the Secondary School Mathematics Curriculum based constructivist approach. In order to achieve it, firstly, existing information of students about a subject should be determined and lastly, if they have misc...
Author:Gülseren Karagöz Akar , Beyhan Şener
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (1)IJESIM
Abstract:This study investigated the students’ development of the relationship between the Cartesian Product, relation and the function concepts. Six 9th grade students in a private school participated in mathematics lessons, 4 hours per week for four consecutive weeks. Students were...
Author:Chris Hurst , Derek Hurrellv
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (2)IJESIM
Abstract:The mathematical content knowledge (MCK) and pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of primary and elementary teachers at all levels of experience is under scrutiny. This article suggests that content knowledge and the way in which it is linked to effective pedagogies would be ...
Author:Ali Delice , Emin Aydın , Deniz Kardeş Birinci
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (2)IJESIM
Abstract:The aim of this research is to investigate preservice mathematics teachers' performances on systems of linear equations within the context of self-efficacy on systems of linear equations. The research uses a case study methodology which follows from the qualitative paradigm....
Author:Ramazan Avcu , Mustafa Doğan
Data Source:[J].International Journal of Educational Studies in Mathematics, 2014, Vol.1 (2)IJESIM
Abstract:The aim of this study was to investigate seventh grade students’ use of solution strategies needed to solve proportional reasoning problems. A private middle school and two public middle schools of a city located in the inner region of Turkey were selected as the sample of t...

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