A comparison of the results of teaching mathematics with and without the use of supplementary materials.
Date of Award
Specialist in Education (Ed.S.)
Educational Administration and Supervision
Introduction: Some school boards purchase textbooks but do not purchase the supplementary materials to go along with the textbook because of budget limitations. Teachers are expected to create and provide the necessary materials to supplement the textbook. Many teachers do not have enough time within the day to make adequate materials to supplement the textbook. As a result, the learner who needs additional materials to help him comprehend a lesson suffers.
Taylor, Eunice W., "A comparison of the results of teaching mathematics with and without the use of supplementary materials." (1974). Student Work. 3534.
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A Field Study Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School The University of Nebraska at Omaha In Partial Fulfillment of Requirements for the Degree Specialist in Education Copyright 1974 Eunice W. Taylor