Diagnosis and Remediation of Common Misconceptions about Linear and Quadratic Equations



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Data assimilation systems are generally designed to minimize the influence of random error on the estimation of system states. Yet, experience with land data assimilation systems has also revealed the presence of large systematic differences between model-derived and remotely-sensed estimates of land surface states. Such differences are commonly resolved prior to data assimilation through implementation of a pre-processing rescaling step whereby observations are scaled (or non-linearly transformed) to someh...
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Diagnosis of eleventh grade students' misconceptions about geometric optic by a three-tier test
Kutluay, Yasin; Eryılmaz, Ali; Department of Secondary Science and Mathematics Education (2005)
The main purpose of this study was developing a three-tier test for assessing 11th grade students̕ misconceptions about geometric optic. The accessible population was all 11th grade science students in Bayrampasa, Istanbul. While developing the test, interviews and open-ended tests were used to collect data to create the three-tier test. An interview questionnaire was developed based on the literature review. 15 11th grade students were interviewed by this questionnaire. Then, an open-ended test was created...
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The purpose of the study was to investigate the students̕ probabilistic misconceptions with respect to grade level, previous instruction on probability and gender. The sample of the study was 885 students from different types of the schools (general high schools, private collages, Anatolian high school, vocational high schools, and elementary schools) and from grade levels (5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10). The sample represented a range of students with respect to socio-economic level and cultural background. To coll...
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D. Akyüz, “Diagnosis and Remediation of Common Misconceptions about Linear and Quadratic Equations,” 2008, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/75793.