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|Title:||Comparison of high and low achievers: a discussion of Juter's (2007) article|
|Citation:||The Montana Math Enthusiast, 2009; 6(1&2):207-212|
|Publisher:||Montana Council of Teachers of Mathematics|
|T. P. Hutchinson|
|Abstract:||The use of questionnaires and interviews to compare the responses to a mathematical task of high achievers with low achievers has limitations. The partial information that they have provides a way of comparing high and low achievers. Some references are given here to relevant task formats and theories. An example is given of how examinees’ performance with unusual task formats (specifically, answer-until-correct) may be analysed to throw light on the mathematical description of partial information.|
|Keywords:||answer until correct tasks; research methodology; questionnaire analysis; task formats|
|Appears in Collections:||Centre for Automotive Safety Research publications|
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