A study on the effectiveness of different teaching methods and mathematics achievement levels on achievement, retention, and attitude toward mathematics and selected topic

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1991
Yavuz(Garipagaoğlu), Hülya

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H. Yavuz(Garipagaoğlu), “A study on the effectiveness of different teaching methods and mathematics achievement levels on achievement, retention, and attitude toward mathematics and selected topic,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1991.