written by
Matthew Thomas and
Guadalupe Lozano
Research in science education, particularly physics education, indicates that students in Interactively-Engaged classrooms are more successful on tests of basic conceptual knowledge. Despite this, undergraduate mathematics courses are dominated by lectures in which students take a passive role. Given the value of such tests in assessing students' conceptual knowledge, the method for measuring such change is largely unexplored. In our study, students were given one such inventory, the Calculus Concept Inventory, in introductory Calculus classes as a pretest and posttest. We address issues of how gains might be measured on this instrument using two techniques, and the implications of using each of these measures.
Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education
Denver, Colorado: February 2013 , 2013
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<a href="https://www.compadre.org/portal/items/detail.cfm?ID=14035">Thomas, Matthew, and Guadalupe Lozano. "Analyzing Calculus Concept Inventory Gains in Introductory Calculus." Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, Colorado, February 2013 , 2013.</a>
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M. Thomas and G. Lozano, presented at the Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, Colorado, 2013, WWW Document, (http://pzacad.pitzer.edu/~dbachman/rume_xvi_linked_schedule/rume16_submission_95.pdf).
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M. Thomas and G. Lozano, Analyzing Calculus Concept Inventory Gains in Introductory Calculus, presented at the Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, Colorado, 2013, <http://pzacad.pitzer.edu/~dbachman/rume_xvi_linked_schedule/rume16_submission_95.pdf>.
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Thomas, M., & Lozano, G. (2013, February 2013 ). Analyzing Calculus Concept Inventory Gains in Introductory Calculus. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, Colorado. Retrieved December 16, 2017, from http://pzacad.pitzer.edu/~dbachman/rume_xvi_linked_schedule/rume16_submission_95.pdf
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Thomas, Matthew, and Guadalupe Lozano. "Analyzing Calculus Concept Inventory Gains in Introductory Calculus." Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, Colorado, February 2013 , 2013. http://pzacad.pitzer.edu/~dbachman/rume_xvi_linked_schedule/rume16_submission_95.pdf (accessed 16 December 2017).
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Thomas, Matthew, and Guadalupe Lozano. "Analyzing Calculus Concept Inventory Gains in Introductory Calculus." Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. Denver, Colorado: 2013. 16 Dec. 2017 <http://pzacad.pitzer.edu/~dbachman/rume_xvi_linked_schedule/rume16_submission_95.pdf>.
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Title = {Analyzing Calculus Concept Inventory Gains in Introductory Calculus},
BookTitle = {Proceedings of the 16th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education},
Address = {Denver, Colorado},
Month = {February 2013 },
Year = {2013}
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