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ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS' UNDERSTANDINGS OF ALGEBRAIC GENERALIZATIONS
It is critical for all students to learn algebra, including the ability to generalize, to function in our increasingly complex world. This pretest/intervention/posttest study of preservice elementaryExpand
The influence of learning theories on the teaching and learning of algebra
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This paper reviews the influence of learning theories from cognitive science and constructivism on the teaching and learning of algebra. Expand
Secondary Teachers' Attitudes toward Probability and their Teaching Strategies
This exploratory qualitative research study uses observations and semi-structured interviews to examine secondary mathematics teachers' attitudes toward probability and their use of probabilisticExpand
Using a Four-Point Scaled Writing Rubric: Improving the Quantity and the Quality of the Writing in a First Grade Specialized 8:1:1 Classroom.
Educators today are faced with learning to implement the Common Core Standards in Language Arts and Math. Administrators are requiring grade level general education teachers/special educationExpand
Secondary teachers' understanding of probability and sampling in context
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A qualitative study examines secondary mathematics teachers' knowledge of probability and sampling, their classroom strategies, and their ability to support precalculus students' reasoning about probability. Expand