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Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/30010

Title: Integrating mathematics, science, and technology: Effects on students
Authors: Ross, John A.
Hogaboam-Gray, Anne
Keywords: Grade 9
Mathematics education
Science education
Technology education
Learning outcomes
Student motivation
Student attitudes
Educational innovation
Integrated curriculum
Junior high schools
Learning theories
American Association for the Advancement of Science
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
School Science and Mathematics
Curriculum integration
Professional development
Issue Date: 1998
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: Ross, J. A. & Hogaboam-Gray, A. (1998). Integrating mathematics, science, and technology: Effects on students. International Journal of Science Education, 20(9), 1119-1135. doi:10.1080/0950069980200908
Abstract: Few studies have examined the student learning effects of integrating science with mathematics and technology. We compared a school that integrated mathematics, science, and technology in grade 9 to a school in the same district that taught the three courses separately. The distinguishing feature of the integrating school was the reorganization of instruction in the three subjects to prepare students for seven group projects (involving a total of 25 hours) that required the application of knowledge and skill that were shared by the three subjects as well as learning outcomes that were unique to each. The study detected benefits for students in the integrated setting in terms of their ability to apply shared learning outcomes, student motivation, ability to work together, and attitudes to appraisal of group work. Female students in the integrated school had a better understanding of selected science learning outcomes. Attitudes toward mid-term exams were higher in the control school.
Description: *Corresponding author: Professor & Head OISE Trent Valley Centre Box 719, 150 O’Carroll Avenue Peterborough Ontario, K9J 7A1
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/30010
ISSN: 0950-0693 [print]
1464-5289 [online]
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