Education Research Highlights in Mathematics, Science and Technology 2018
Editors: Dr. Mack Shelley, Dr. S. Ahmet Kiray
Education Research Highlights in Mathematics, Science and Technologyis published annually from theoretical papers invited by editors.
This edition includes 15 chapters from the fields of Science Education, Mathematics Education and Educational 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
Classroom Assessment of Mathematical Modeling Tasks
Reuben S. Asempapa, Gregory D. Foley
Models of the Mathematical Curriculum for the VI Middle School Grade Developed in B&H, Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia
Radoslav Božić, Amor Hasić, Daniel A. Romano
Adaptive Learning Systems in Mathematics Classrooms
Jørgen Sjaastad, Cathrine Tømte
The Power of Inductive Reasoning in Mathematics Competitions
Xiao-Feng Kenan Kok
Social Interactions in an Online Environment: Developing Mathematical Process Standards
Samuel K. Gedeborg, Colleen M. Bye
Smart City Applications in Turkey
Educational Technology in Classroom: A Cross Country Comparison
Naciye Guliz Ugur, Burcak Basak
STEM Integrations and Teachers’ Role in This Process
Feral Ogan-Bekiroglu, Fatma Caner
Integration of Transdisciplinary STEM Approach to Single Discipline-Based National Education Systems
Mustafa Hilmi Colakoglu
Lessons from a First Year Lab: Constructing a Successful Virtual Environment in an Institute of Higher Education
Kate D. Simmons, Amelia Padgett, Tami Shelley
Competency-Based Education in Science Teacher Education: The Next Disruptive Innovation or the Next Disruption?
Leonard Annetta, Whitney Keaton, Marina Shapiro, Jennifer Burch
Historical Development of Laboratory in the Elementary School Science Program in Turkey
Redefining Multicultural Science Education and Adopting Indigenous Science as “Classroom Science”
Jun Karren V. Caparoso, Bill Atweh
Sustainable Development from Past to Present
Ayse Ceren Atmaca, Seyit Ahmet Kiray, Mustafa Pehlivan
The Importance of Multiple Representations for Teaching and Learning Science
David F. Treagust