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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 28 problem solving and other detailed instruction, especially orally, in mathematics. Twelve total students participated—four at North, seven at East, and one at Fiddlers. The number of participants was determined...
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    • 40 students individually, or in groups when necessary. Each student takes notes on the experiments at the time of performing them and records his results in a record book outside of the laboratory. General Chemistry. This consists of an...
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    • 2 develop problem solving strategies that can be applied to various situations throughout life (Fuson et al., 2000). Another study found that students who participated in problem solving instruction performed as well as, or better than, students...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 30 timed during each problem, but were not told about this. They were asked to simply solve the problems to the best of their ability. Participating students were given the option of using counting cubes (provided...
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    • 3 3. Does using problem-centered mathematics instructional techniques allow students to learn mathematical concepts as well as traditional teaching methods? 4. Do students prefer problem-centered mathematics instruction over tradition instructional...
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    • RTI IMPLEMENTATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 41 Methods and Procedures: This study took place in a rural K-6 elementary school in southern Utah. The participants of the study consisted of all 15 general education teachers employed at the school,...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 32 Participant Response Times To test how long it takes English learners to process detailed oral information in English, students participating in the study were timed during each problem, and the time it took...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 35 Eight of the twelve participants responded they find a list of difficult words is helpful when working with story problems during math lessons, while nine participants said it is helpful for them to have...
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    • 120 Name'--- _ Class Period _ TAU.YSHEET FOR LEARNING S1YLEASSESSMENT Li.r b..-lll... ~·"ur IlL,n,bcT re'l'O'1lOC rur~·a..·la 9,...llt'iorl nil til" appl'''''Pri3l'l:'' line, (1:01' ......;1I\1J'L.- if~"lIT rc"!:,,,.1lOC t" #I ".~ .1, puc...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 36 Observations. During this research, some important observations were made which influenced the study results and are valuable to be aware of for future research studies. • All participants did appear to be...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 37 Chapter 5 Discussion My own experience as an adult EL, as well as the experience of other adult ELs of slowing down when processing information in English raised the question of whether this is the same for all...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 38 comparing their scores for each problem on an individual basis, the difference in their math skills did not matter and did not alter the research results. All but one student were faster solving the problems...
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    • CWSW 29 If an employer wants to motivate a worker then the employer will take the initiative to satisfy lower level needs until the worker is self-actualized (Miller, 2006). However, if a job seeker wants to stand out from the competition he or she...
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    • 13 that they feel are better to spend their time. These researchers seem to make the same point: students are not going to do well on tasks that do not have value to them. Both the effects of negative attitudes and self-efficacy lead students to...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 41 Most of the participants did take longer solving the problems that offered a vocabulary list and pictures of difficult words than the second problem for which they only were able to read along with the oral...
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    • 14 These findings suggest that students need more stimulation in order to develop higher levels of thinking and cognition. Teaching mathematics through problem solving refers to the process of having students solve problems using any method that...
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    • EL INFORMATION PROCESSING IN MATH 42 math instruction to help them better understand the details, process the information faster and be able to solve the problems correctly. Suggestions for Future Research. Based on the findings of this...
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    • Emotions in Conflict 8 Obliging is described by Leung & Kim (2007) as "sacrificing one's own concerns to satisfy that of the other party" (p. 175). This particular style differs from avoiding/smoothing in that the person involved admits that a...
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    • 15 (Ruffell et al., 1998; Hoyles, 1992). Hoyles (1992) points out that students begin to understand teachers’ feelings about mathematics at an early age, and this attitude transference affects students learning. Teachers need to be confident and...

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