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Dynamic geometry software improves mathematical achievement: Systematic review and meta-analysis
Chan K.K.; Leung S.W.
2014
Source PublicationJournal of Educational Computing Research
ISSN15414140 07356331
Volume51Issue:3Pages:311-325
AbstractDynamic geometry software (DGS) aims to enhance mathematics education. This systematic review and meta-analysis evaluated the quasi-experimental studies on the effectiveness of DGS-based instruction in improving students' mathematical achievement. Research articles published between 1990 and 2013 were identified from major databases according to a prespecified search strategy and selection criteria. A meta-analysis was conducted based on the random-effects model to evaluate the effectiveness of DGS-based instruction in terms of standardized mean differences (SMD) of achievement test scores as outcome measures. Nine quasi-experimental DGS studies with 587 participants were eligible. The overall effect size of DGS-based instruction on achievement scores (i.e., SMD) was distinctive (SMD, 1.02; 95% CI: 0.56-1.48) compared to traditional instruction. Subgroup analysis found some groups to have better effectiveness, for example, short-term instruction with DGS significantly improved the mathematical achievement of elementary school students.
DOI10.2190/EC.51.3.c
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Language英語
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionInstitute of Chinese Medical Sciences
AffiliationUniversidade de Macau
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Chan K.K.,Leung S.W.. Dynamic geometry software improves mathematical achievement: Systematic review and meta-analysis[J]. Journal of Educational Computing Research,2014,51(3):311-325.
APA Chan K.K.,&Leung S.W..(2014).Dynamic geometry software improves mathematical achievement: Systematic review and meta-analysis.Journal of Educational Computing Research,51(3),311-325.
MLA Chan K.K.,et al."Dynamic geometry software improves mathematical achievement: Systematic review and meta-analysis".Journal of Educational Computing Research 51.3(2014):311-325.
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