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International Journal of Educational Research

Volume 50, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Investigating curricular effect on the teaching and learning of mathematics in a cultural context: Theoretical and methodological considerations

    Jinfa Cai & Yujing Ni

    This first article of the special issue presents theoretical and methodological considerations about longitudinally investigating curricular effects on the teaching and learning of mathematics in a... More

    pp. 65-70

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  2. Impact of curriculum reform: Evidence of change in classroom practice in mainland China

    Qiong Li & Yujing Ni

    The study examined the impact of curriculum reform on teaching practice in primary mathematics in mainland China. The participants included 58 fifth grade mathematics teachers from 20 schools.... More

    pp. 71-86

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  3. Impact of curriculum reform: Evidence of change in classroom practice in the United States

    John C. Moyer, Jinfa Cai, Ning Wang & Bikai Nie

    The purpose of the study reported in this article is to examine the impact of curriculum on instruction. Over a three-year period, we observed 579 algebra-related lessons in grades 6–8.... More

    pp. 87-99

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  4. Influence of curriculum reform: An analysis of student mathematics achievement in Mainland China

    Yujing Ni, Qiong Li, Xiaoqing Li & Zhong-Hua Zhang

    This study investigated curriculum influences on student mathematics achievement by following two groups of students from fifth to sixth grade that were taught either the reformed curriculum or the... More

    pp. 100-116

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  5. Longitudinal investigation of the curricular effect: An analysis of student learning outcomes from the LieCal Project in the United States

    Jinfa Cai, Ning Wang, John C. Moyer, Chuang Wang & Bikai Nie

    In this article, we present the results from a longitudinal examination of the impact of a Standards-based or reform mathematics curriculum (called CMP) and traditional mathematics curricula ... More

    pp. 117-136

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  6. Searching for evidence of curricular effect on the teaching and learning of mathematics: Lessons learned from the two projects

    Yujing Ni & Jinfa Cai

    The two research projects described and discussed in the special issue provided much needed longitudinal empirical data to show the curricular influence on classroom instruction and student... More

    pp. 137-143

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