“Was mathematics invented or discovered?” This is an age old question that has yet to be definitively answered. Some people believe that the human mind is the creator of mathematics, like a painter or poet, is a maker of patterns. [N, p. 2027] ...
With the rules and regulations the federal government has put in place, financial institutions must consistently improve their anti-money laundering programs. Financial institutions use alert monitoring systems to combat a number of money...
Music in mathematics education; Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Middle school); Music, Influence of
With so much emphasis on standardized test scores, teachers and administrators are under pressure to find ways to best prepare their students to succeed on state tests. A belief exists that children who are involved in music instruction have higher...
What began as a competition to appease a member of royalty's birthday wishes, continued on to not only introduce an entirely new area of mathematical studies but also to leave one particular question to remain without a complete and substantiated...
We present a collection of algorithms which are used to construct Hamiltonian paths
and cycles in hypercube networks with faulty nodes. In graph theoretical terms, the
hypercube is a connected, undirected graph composed of edges and nodes, or...
Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Middle school); Academic achievement; Interactive whiteboards
Various forms of technology, such as the interactive whiteboard (IWB) and improved computer software are becoming more and more a part of our classrooms. An interactive whiteboard, when connected to a computer and projector, essentially turns a...
Motivation in education; Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
Urban schools in particular need to motivate students to gain higher levels of mathematics achievement and acquisition. The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) deemed this problem significant enough to place a motivational domain to...
Today's special education teachers who work with students with difficulties in mathematics will need not only a deeper understanding of mathematics, but a thorough understanding in what the learning disabled student "sees" when approaching...
Mathematics -- Study and teaching; Sex differences in education
Throughout the ages and since the establishment of formal schooling, gender differences have been apparent in both participation and success in the mathematics classroom. In the past, males have not only dominated classroom discussions, but they...
This work deals with the construction of zero mean curvature surfaces in the three dimensional anti de-Sitter space. The method that was used was to look for examples that can be described using polynomial equations. More precisely, we are looking...
Cooperative work in education; Ability grouping in education; Mathematics -- Study and teaching
This study reviewed research on the effect of heterogeneous ability grouping in a cooperative learning environment on academic achievement in mathematics. A large number of studies has shown the importance of cooperative learning procedure in...
Customer relations -- Management -- Data processing; Self-organizing maps; Data mining
This study outlines a method of determining individual customer potential, based solely on data present in the customer database: descriptive information and transaction records. We define potential as the incremental turnover that any particular...
Algebra -- Study and teaching (Secondary); Manipulatives (Education) -- Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
This study investigated whether using concrete mathematics manipulatives affected student achievement in factoring second-degree polynomials. The 16 day study included 64 high school sophomores in four different Algebra II classes in a suburban...
Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Primary) --- Audio-visual aids; Manipulatives (Education)
This study investigated the effectiveness of virtual manipulatives versus concrete manipulatives on third grade students’ understanding of mathematical concepts.
The participants in this study were 40 third grade students who attended the same...
Mathematical ability -- Testing; Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Connecticut; Achievement tests -- Connecticut
This study examines the relationship between cognitive development and scores received on the Mathematics section of the Connecticut Academic Performance Test (CAPT). Individual interviews were conducted with 32 high school juniors who took the...
Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Secondary); Algebra -- Study and teaching (Secondary); Homework; Interaction analysis in education
This study examined whether writing targeted feedback to students on collected homework in the form of specific, process-related comments would have an impact in student achievement. This study was conducted over the course of 8 weeks in a public...
Geometry -- Study and teaching (Secondary); Geometer's Sketchpad
This study examined whether the use of Geometer‘s Sketchpad had an impact on understanding of geometry and academic achievement. The study was conducted over the course of 12 weeks and took place in a public high school in Connecticut. The...
This study examined whether RAFT (Role, Audience, Format and Topic) writing prompts had an impact on students mathematical open ended responses. This study was conducted over the course of five months and took place in a public school in...
Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Secondary); Academic achievement
This study examined whether focused-instruction of vocabulary had an impact on overall mathematical achievement. The study was conducted over the course of 18 weeks and took place in a public high school in Connecticut. The participants of the...
Homework; Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
This study examined whether different types of homework assignments had an impact on student achievement in Mathematics as well as on student completion of homework. The study was conducted over the course of 10 weeks and took place in a public...