Instructional Efficiency of Mathematical Learning Using Geometer’s Sketchpad and Graphing Calculator: Technological Tools versus Traditional Chalk and Talk | |||

Two technological tools in teaching and learning mathematics namely Geometer’s Sketchpad and graphing calculator versus the traditional instruction were investigated. Specifically mathematical performance and instructional efficiency were assessed. |
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Critical Thinking: Are Malaysian University Students Engaged? | |||

Critical thinking was measured using four constructs vis-à-vis logical reasoning, visual thinking, inference making, and argumentation. Overall findings indicated that Malaysian students’ critical thinking ability was found to be moderate. |
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Modeling of Mathematical Beliefs of Secondary Mathematics Teachers towards their Teaching Practices: A Structural Equation Approach | |||

Relationship between mathematical values and teachers' attitudes towards the teaching practices of mathematics teachers were investigated. A structural equation modeling applied showed that mathematical beliefs influenced practices in the classroom. |
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Assessing Meta-cognitive Strategies during Algebra Problem Solving Performance among University Students | |||

University students undergoing an Algbera I course were tested on routine and non-routine problems and a related Metacognitive Awareness Inventory were administered. Moderate correlation were found between the two performances. |
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