6 edition of School Policies & Practices Affecting Instruction in Mathematics found in the catalog.
School Policies & Practices Affecting Instruction in Mathematics
Evelyn F. Hawkins
by U.S. Government Printing Office
Written in English
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School Policies and Practices Affecting Instruction in Mathematics: Findings from the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Hawkins, Evelyn F.; Stancavage, Frances B.; Dossey, John A.
The teaching and learning of mathematics continues to generate tremendous attention, both among those who support recent innovations and, more recently, among those who question the wisdom of the Cited by: School Policies and Practices Affecting Instruction in Mathematics Description: This report describes the educational policies and practices affecting instruction in mathematics, with particular attention to the relationship between these policies and practices and student performance on the NAEP mathematics assessment.
In particular, it examines school policies regarding curriculum, graduation requirements, mathematics courses offered, and time allotted for mathematics instruction. The fourth chapter reports on resources, including the availability of calculators, that support mathematics learning.
School policies and practices affecting instruction in mathematics: findings from the National Assessment of Education Progress Author: Evelyn K Hawkins ; Frances B Stancavage ; John A Dossey ; National Assessment of Educational Progress (Project) ; National Center for Education Statistics.
School policies and practices affecting instruction in mathematics: findings from the National Assessment of Educational Progress Author: Evelyn K Hawkins ; Frances B Stancavage ; John A Dossey ; Educational Testing Service.
assess the extent to which teachers experience affect study performance in. Mathematics at secondary level in Kakamega County, (iv) find out the extent to. which teachers qualification affect performance in Mathematics in Secondary.
schools in Kakamega County. practices and student academic performance by applying multilevel modeling to the National Assessment of Educational Progress in mathematics. The study finds that the effects of classroom practices, when added to those of other teacher characteristics, are comparable in size.