Quantum learning with real world applicability facing a stagnant adolescent mathematics classroom
This capstone project was a study focused on how the practice of Quantum Learning and real world applicability could benefit student achievement in junior high school math classrooms that have become stagnant. Through this study a junior high curriculum was developed in order to enhance student achievement in mathematics. Quantum learning involves a classroom full of movement and procedures. Through this process students grasp a deeper understanding of mathematics with the ability to retain what they have learned. Understanding by Design was the curriculum model I chose to create my mathematics curriculum. By the practice of identifying what I wanted the students to learn before I developed the instruction, I felt I was able to better prepare myself for how I wanted to teach the students.
Benson, Ross S., "Quantum learning with real world applicability facing a stagnant adolescent mathematics classroom" (2009). School of Education Student Capstone Theses and Dissertations. 2141.
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