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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

April 2005 Volume 24, Number 2


Gary H. Marks

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Online assessment feedback: competitive, individualistic, or… preferred form!

    Matt Bower, Macquarie University, Australia

    This study investigated the "the effects of receiving the preferred form of online assessment feedback upon middle school mathematics students." Students completed a web-based quadratics equations ... More

    pp. 121-147

  2. Use of Colour and Interactive Animation in Learning 3D Vectors

    Wejdan Iskander, previously at the University of Stirling, UK, Saudi Arabia; Sharon Curtis, Oxford Brookes University, United Kingdom

    This study investigated the effects of two computer-implemented techniques (colour and interactive animation) on learning 3D vectors. The participants were 43 female Saudi Arabian high school... More

    pp. 149-156

  3. Teaching Complex Dynamic Systems to Young Students with StarLogo

    Eric Klopfer, Susan Yoon & Tricia Um, MIT, United States

    In the this paper, we report on a program of study called Adventures in Modeling that challenges the traditional scientific method approach in science classrooms using StarLogo modeling software.... More

    pp. 157-178

  4. Learning the Basics with Calculus

    Walter Stroup, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

    A critical issue related to the use of simulation environments in school-based learning is the relation between the use of these environments and the structure of traditional curricula. Teachers... More

    pp. 179-196

  5. Global Feedback in ActiveMath

    Erica Melis & Eric Andres, DFKI and University of the Saarland, Germany

    ** Invited as a paper from E-Learn 2003 ** This paper describes the global feedback in ActiveMath, a learning environment for mathematics and beyond. It addresses some of the cognitive... More

    pp. 197-220