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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

October 2010 Volume 29, Number 4


Gary H. Marks

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Online Homework Effectiveness for Underprepared and Repeating College Algebra Students

    David Shane Brewer, College of Eastern Utah - San Juan Campus, United States; Kurt Becker, Utah State University, United States

    This research compared the effectiveness, in terms of mathematical achievement, of online homework to textbook homework over an entire semester for 145 students enrolled in multiple sections of... More

    pp. 353-371

  2. A Comparative Study of Partial Credit Assessment and Computer-Based Testing for Mathematics

    Marjorie Darrah, Edgar Fuller & David Miller, West Virginia University, United States

    This paper discusses a possible solution to a problem frequently encountered by educators seeking to use computer-based or multiple choice-based exams for mathematics. These assessment... More

    pp. 373-398

  3. Developing a Mobile Physics Learning Environment Based on Physics Misconception Research and e-Learning Design Principles

    Young-Jin Lee, The University of Kansas, United States

    With a rapid increase in the number of people who own a handheld device, such as an iPod, education researchers and administrators started looking for a way to use a handheld device to foster... More

    pp. 399-416

  4. An Investigation into Reported Differences Between Online Math Instruction and Other Subject Areas in a Virtual School

    Kevin Oliver, Shaun Kellogg & Ruchi Patel, North Carolina State University, United States

    Students and teachers affiliated with Spring 2009 online mathematics courses offered by the North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS) completed end-of-course surveys detailing the effectiveness ... More

    pp. 417-453

  5. Employing Technology-Rich Mathematical Tasks to Develop Teachers’ Technological, Pedagogical, and Content Knowledge (TPACK)

    Drew Polly, Jennifer R. McGee & Christie Sullivan, UNC Charlotte, United States

    While technology has potential to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics, research indicates that teachers struggle in their efforts to implement technology-rich mathematical tasks in... More

    pp. 455-472