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International Journal of Education in Mathematics, Science and Technology

2016 Volume 4, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Using an Assessment of Early Mathematical Knowledge and Skills to Inform Policy and Practice: Examples from the Early Grade Mathematics Assessment

    Linda M. Platas, Leanne R. Ketterlin-Geller & Yasmin Sitabkhan

    This paper describes the development and intended uses of the Early Grades Mathematics Assessment (EGMA), which measures essential early mathematical knowledge and skills that are foundational to... More

    pp. 163-173

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  2. Mathematically Gifted High School Students' Approaches to Developing Visual Proofs (VP) and Preliminary Ideas about VP

    Isikhan Ugurel, H. Sevgi Morali, Ozge Karahan & Burcak Boz

    The purpose of this study is to describe the procedure and examples of visual proofs (VP-or proof without words) developed by gifted mathematics secondary school students after their experiences.... More

    pp. 174-197

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  3. Investigating the Effect of Origami Instruction on Preservice Teachers' Spatial Ability and Geometric Knowledge for Teaching

    Peter Akayuure, S. K. Asiedu-Addo & Victor Alebna

    Whereas origami is said to have pedagogical benefits in geometry education, research is inclusive about its effect on spatial ability and geometric knowledge among preservice teachers. The study... More

    pp. 198-209

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  4. Using Data Mining Techniques Examination of the Middle School Students' Attitude towards Mathematics in the Context of Some Variables

    Feriha Hande Idil, Serkan Narli & Esra Aksoy

    The aim of this study is to examine middle school students' attitude towards mathematics in the context of their mathematic learning preferences using data mining which is data analysis methodology... More

    pp. 210-228

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  5. An Examination of Cross Sectional Change in Student's Metaphorical Perceptions towards Heat, Temperature and Energy Concepts

    Harun Celik

    In science teaching, metaphors are important tools for understanding meaningful learning and conceptual formation by the help of daily life language. This study aims to evaluate how the concepts of... More

    pp. 229-245

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  6. Sociocultural Perspective of Science in Online Learning Environments. Communities of Practice in Online Learning Environments

    Niyazi Erdogan

    Present study reviews empirical research studies related to learning science in online learning environments as a community. Studies published between 1995 and 2015 were searched by using ERIC and ... More

    pp. 246-257

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