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Exploring the Impacts of Math Plato Intervention on Kailua High School Students
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|Title:||Exploring the Impacts of Math Plato Intervention on Kailua High School Students|
|Contributors:||Pateman, Neil (advisor)|
|LC Subject Headings:||Education, Secondary|
|Date Issued:||01 Dec 2010|
|Abstract:||This study reports the results of an evaluation of the Math PLATO Intervention program designed as an alternative math course for students who consistently earned low scores. Math PLATO Intervention (MPI) hoped to increase the students’ scores and motivation by creating a more intimate learning environment and by using a variety of teaching methods including PLATO software. The study evaluates the program in terms of adherence to program objectives, effects of class size on students, changes in student behavior and mathematics content knowledge.|
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