Education Research Highlights in Mathematics, Science and Technology 2017
Editors: Dr. Mack Shelley, Dr. Mustafa Pehlivan
Education Research Highlights in Mathematics, Science and Technology is published annually from theoretical papers invited by editors.
This edition includes 15 chapters from the field of education in mathematics, science and technology.
All submissions are reviewed by at least two international reviewers.
The purpose of the book is to provide the readers with the opportunity of a scholarly refereed publication in the field of education in mathematics, science and technology.
Education Research Highlights in Mathematics, Science and Technology is published by ISRES Publishing.
Table of Contents
Conversation as a Space for Students’ Learning in Mathematics Class: Re-Visioning Communicative Interactions
P. Janelle McFeetors
High Level Constraints Weighting on The Possible Shapes Knowledge Can Take on
Pierre Job, Jean-Yves Gantois
A Review of Research on The Misconceptions in Mathematics Education
Mathematics Education in South Africa: Many Perspectives, Many Voices
David A. Thomas, Heather A. Handy, Gerrit H. Stols
Infinity as a Mathematics Education Playground
Educational Design of a Snake Game for Basic Mathematical Operations with a Different Approach
Hayri Incekara, Burak Tezcan, Selahattin Alan, Sakir Tasdemir
A Literature Review: Ipad Technology in The Mathematics and Science Classrooms
Sharon Grace Bixler
Improving Efficiency of Operational Education by Using Virtual Reality
Gazi Kocak, Yalcin Durmusoglu
Role of Information Technology in Education in India
Sangappa S. Rampure
Support and Considerations for Implementing The Survey Toolkit Project-Based Curriculum Using Tinkerplots®
Thomas Walsh Jr.
Web 2.0 in Nigerian University Libraries: A Literature Review
Strategies Fostering Development of Innovations in The Areas Of STEM
Delineating The Roles of Scientific Inquiry and Argumentation in Conceptual Change Process
Ozgur K. Dogan, Mustafa Cakir, Robert E. Yager
The Use of Laboratories in Science Teaching
Lessons Learned Around The Block: An Analysis of Research on The Impact of Block Scheduling on Science Teaching and Learning
Dorothy Holley, Soonhye Park