A Study of the Effects of an Experimental Spiral Physics Curriculum Taught to Sixth Grade Girls and Boys

A Study of the Effects of an Experimental Spiral Physics Curriculum Taught to Sixth Grade Girls and Boys

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The purpose of the complete study was to compare the effectiveness of using an experimental spiral physics curriculum and a traditional linear curriculum with sixth graders only; seventh and eighth graders were dropped in the complete study. The study also surveyed students' parents, teachers, and principals about students' academic history and background as well as identified resilient children's attributes for academic success.The NAEP sources for information on science achievement test questions are adapted from U.S. curricula. The National Assessment Governing Board (NAGB) uses the U.S. science curricula as external benchmarks of performance ... The U.S. international source of comparative information on science achievement in the primary and middle grades is the TIMSS (Neidorf, Binkley, aamp; Stephens, forthcoming)anbsp;...


Title:A Study of the Effects of an Experimental Spiral Physics Curriculum Taught to Sixth Grade Girls and Boys
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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