Surveys were used to characterize demographic and background information, as well as students' perceptions of the curriculum, mathematics performance, self-confidence, and anxiety at the beginning and end of the experimental course. These test instruments allowed differential outcomes within the study population to be investigated.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I thank Bill Freudenburg for encouraging me to embark on the PhD path. ... Mela#39;s tenacity with administrative matters turned our shared vision of changing the Environmental Studiesa#39; mathematics requirement in into a anbsp;...
|Title||:||Barriers and Pathways to Quantitative Thinking in Environmental Studies|
|Author||:||Lisa Michelle Berry|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|