The Study of Teaching Effective Strategies on Student's Math Achievements

  • Behzadi M
  • Hosseinzadeh Lotfi F
  • Mahboudi N
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Abstract

One of the most important factors in student's learning weakness and academic failure, is their unfamilarity or low awareness of the learning strategies and studying in mathematics. This study is performed to examine the students' math and reading skills and their study skills that impact on their academic progress. The main objective of the research is to study with emphasis on training study strategies versus ususal method (teaching without emphasis on training study strategies) to increase the learning of mathematical concepts. The present method is quasi-experimental that via quasi-cluster sampling to adopt 17 guidance girly schools in grade 3th, to gauge effects of teaching reading skills on math learning of the students.The results of T-test showed that students who were taught with emphasis on study skills versus students who have been traditionally trained, had better math performance and higher academic achievement.Therefore it seems that teaching reading stratefies such as cognitive and meta-cognitive will ease mathematical learning process.

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Behzadi, M.-H., Hosseinzadeh Lotfi, F., & Mahboudi, N. (2014). The Study of Teaching Effective Strategies on Student’s Math Achievements. Mathematics Education Trends and Research, 2014, 1–8. https://doi.org/10.5899/2014/metr-00040

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