Browsing Department of Learning, Teaching, and Curriculum (MU) by Thesis Advisor "Reys, Barbara"
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Acquisition, Utilization, and Retention of Foundational Fraction Concepts by Middle Grade Students
(2015)This study investigated the acquisition, utilization, and retention of five fraction domains by middle grade students. Based on research findings, the five fraction domains that formed the conceptual analysis framework ... 
THE GROWTH OF SCHOOL MATHEMATICS: KOREAN SECONDARY GIFTED STUDENTS' COLLABORATIVE PROBLEM SOLVING USING THE WIKI
([University of MissouriColumbia], 2014)Electronic networks have provided new intellectual environments where people can accumulate their cognitive power and have increased the necessity to provide students opportunity to learn together in online CoI (Community ... 
Mathematics textbooks and state curriculum standards: an analysis of the alignment between the written and intended curricula
(University of MissouriColumbia, 2007)This study documented the alignment between state curriculum standards and the treatment of fraction concepts and computation in popular elementary and middle grades mathematics textbooks. Gradelevel Learning Expectations ... 
Professional identity and curricular construction: a study of teacher interaction with mathematics curricula of two types
(University of MissouriColumbia, 2008)In some school settings, teachers are asked to teach courses utilizing textbooks with different instructional designs and different expectations for teaching. For example, for one class, teachers may be expected to teach ... 
School and district policies and strategies that impact student performance on the Missouri endofcourse algebra I NCLB assessment
(University of MissouriColumbia, 2012)This dissertation study performed an analysis of state testing data, teacher survey data, and interview data to describe policies and strategies used by 42 teachers and administrators at 6 high schools having 912 grade ... 
A study of algebra 1 students' use of digital and print textbooks
(University of MissouriColumbia, 2013)This case study employed qualitative methods to investigate how students in two Algebra 1 classrooms, taught by the same teacher, used print and digital formats of a commercially published Algebra 1 textbook during a chapter ...