Gender Effects in Orientation on Primary Students’ Performance on Items Rich in Graphics

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This study investigated the longitudinal performance of 378 students who completed mathematics items rich in graphics. Specifically, this study explored student performance across axis (e.g., numbers lines), opposed-position (e.g., line and column graphs) and circular (e.g., pie charts) items over a three-year period (ages 9-11 years). The results of the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Lowrie2009GenderEI, title={Gender Effects in Orientation on Primary Students’ Performance on Items Rich in Graphics}, author={Tom Lowrie and Carmel Diezmann and Tracy Logan}, year={2009} }