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Improving secondary students' perception of the “dreaded mathematics word problem assignment” by giving them more word problems
The purpose of the current study was to replicate and extend research on academic assignment preference by presenting high school students with control assignments containing eight 2-digit × 2-digit… Expand
Effects Of Explicit Timing On Mathematics Problem Completion Rates In African-American Third-Grade Elementary Students.
- Katrina N. Rhymer, C. Skinner, Carlen Henington, R. A. D'Reaux, Sanpier Sims
- 1 December 1998
A multiple baseline design was used to evaluate the effects of Van Houten and Thompson's (1976) explicit timing procedure on problem completion rates and accuracy levels in African-American… Expand
An Investigation of Situational Bias: Conspicuous and Covert Timing During Curriculum-Based Measurement of Mathematics Across African American and Caucasian Students
- Tawny N. Evans-Hampton, C. Skinner, Carlen Henington, Sanpier Sims, C. E. McDaniel
- 22 September 2002
Abstract This study evaluated situational bias that could be associated with curriculum-based measurement (CBM). Situational bias occurs when testing situations, conditions, or contexts… Expand