In what ways might flipped instruction using technology support students' success with word problems?

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Title

In what ways might flipped instruction using technology support students' success with word problems?

Description

MS Ed: Teaching Literacy

Abstract

This study explored whether the implementation of technology-based flipped instruction might have any effect on students' success with mathematics word problems. During the study, two 5th grade classes were asked to fill out pre- and post-questionnaires describing their attitudes and opinions towards technology in the classroom, math word problems, and major academic subjects in general. There were also two assignments that compared the results of instructional methods that were linked to each assignment: flipped instruction and traditional instruction. Evidence showed that flipped instruction had a possible positive impact on students' performance on math word problems.

Creator

Doxey, Brian

Date Accepted

2013

Contributor

DeMoss, Karen
Frumkin, Rhoda
Fitzgerald, Jason

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U.S. and international copyright laws may protect this work. It is provided by Wagner College for scholarly or research purposes only. Commercial use or distribution is not permitted without prior permission of the copyright holder.

Is Part Of

Wagner College Electronic Thesis Collection

Format

application/pdf

Extent

72 pages

Language

eng

Type

Text

Identifier

Ed_2013_Doxey_In

Citation

Doxey, Brian, “In what ways might flipped instruction using technology support students' success with word problems?,” Wagner College Digital Collections, accessed June 15, 2021, https://wagnercollections.omeka.net/items/show/15570.