Essential Differences between High and Low Performers’ Thinking about Graphically-Oriented Numeracy Items

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Essential differences between high and low performers' thinking about graphically-oriented numeracy items. This study compared the thinking of five high performing and five low performing primary students on a set of graphically-oriented numeracy items. Generally, their thinking differed in four ways. First, high performers drew on existing knowledge and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Diezmann2007EssentialDB, title={Essential Differences between High and Low Performers’ Thinking about Graphically-Oriented Numeracy Items}, author={Carmel M. Diezmann and Tom Lowrie and Charles Sturt and Nahum Kozak}, year={2007} }