TITLE

Silent Answers and Response Variability

AUTHOR(S)
Leibert, Robert E.
PUB. DATE
March 1979
SOURCE
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Mar1979, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p143
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses the pros and cons of using group tests and tasks to determine the instructional needs of pupils. Ambiguity involved in interpreting paper and pencil or silent responses; Inference of pupil reasoning from written responses; Eliminating all response variability from instructional exercises and test instruments.
ACCESSION #
4729880

 

Related Articles

  • Una Metodología para la Enseñanza de Ecuaciones Diferenciales Ordinarias Mediante la Teoría de los Grupos de LIE en Cursos de Ingeniería. Ortiz Álvarez, Hugo Hernán; Jiménez García, Francy Nelly; Posso, Abel Enrique // Entre Ciencia e Ingeniería;Jun2012, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p149 

    This article presents a methodology that allows the introduction of the LIE theory in relation to first order ordinary differential equations for undergraduate engineering courses. The theoretical background needed is identified. A methodology was determined and the results of its application in...

  • Conjecturing and Proving as Part of the Process of Defining. Larsen, Sean; Zandieh, Michelle // Conference Papers -- Psychology of Mathematics & Education of No;2005 Annual Meeting, p1 

    The article presents the result of a study which developed a theoretical framework that would guide the creation of instructional theory and practice in support of students' mathematical activity. The study used data from teaching experiments in college geometry and elementary group theory. The...

  • ON THE "UNIVALENT" FUNCTIONS WITH THREE PREASSIGNED VALUES AND AUTOMORPHISMS OF AN OPEN DISC. Çelik, Adem // e-Journal of New World Sciences Academy (NWSA);2009, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p36 

    In this work, following [1], we from the classes of univalent functions f(z) = z + p(a2z2 - z4, 0 < a < 1, (2a2 + 4). p ≤ 1 in any disc. In order that our classe of univalent functions transform any open disc over itself, we find the inequalities related to the coefficients. Then we find a...

  • Relationships between somatotype, anthropometry and physical fitness variables in untrained university students. Nikbakht, Masoud // Journal of Physical Education & Sport / Citius Altius Fortius;2011, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p211 

    The purpose of this study was investigate relation Between anthropometrics and Body type endomorph,mesomorph and Ectomorph with factors aerobic fitness, speed and power. The sample includes 45 unathletic male students of Tehran University (aged 19-25 years old) who forms three groups of 15 as a...

  • EFFECTIVENESS OF GROUP REFLECTION ACTIVITY FOR PROFESSIONAL GROWTH OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS DURING PRACTICE TEACHING. Iqbal, Zafar; Mahmood, Nasir // Journal of Theory & Practice in Education (JTPE);2010, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p125 

    This study involved students who were enrolled in the 3rd semester of a Master of Educational Research and Assessment program at the Institute of Education and Research during their teaching practicum. The purpose of the study was to examine the effectiveness of group reflection activity in...

  • ALGEBRA AT LEVELS 5 TO 7. Fletcher, Gordon // Mathematics Teaching;Jun2001, Issue 175, p36 

    Expounds on area algebra, an approach originally developed for pupils with weak language. Introduction of concept of grouping of like terms and multiplication of bracketed expressions; Simplification; Notation adopted by pupils; Use of area algebra for showing fractional parts.

  • Individual and Group Reflection Strategies What We Learned from Preservice Teachers. Lin, Miranda; Lucey, Thomas A. // Multicultural Education;Fall2010, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p51 

    The article presents studies which identify the patterns of reflections among preservice teachers (PSTs) in their efforts to elaborate the socio-cultural identities of themselves and others. It says that two studies show suggest that group and individual reflections can be used in several ways...

  • Muted transitions. Kofoed, Jette // European Journal of Psychology of Education - EJPE (Instituto Su;Jun2008, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p199 

    This analysis concentrates on the case era child, Jenny. The paper suggests that the concept of liminality may hold the key to an understanding of muted subject positions like the one assumed by Jenny in a school class. Liminality is proposed as a way of conceptualizing transitions where the...

  • Talented Tertiary Students: A Largely "Forgotten" Group Within the Tertiary Sector? Garrett, Lynda; Rubie-Davies, Christine // International Journal of Teaching & Learning in Higher Education;2014, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p78 

    The small-scale study reported here sought to ascertain the experiences of talented undergraduate students across four faculties within one university in New Zealand. Thirty-eight undergraduate participants from the four faculties were identified by 16 staff participants based on criteria used...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sign out of this library

Other Topics