Share Paper: The Effect of the TI-Navigator System on Students At-Risk with Regard to Achievement and Attitudes in Algebra I

  1. Rachel Graham, Iowa State University, United States
  2. Barbara Dougherty, Iowa State University, United States
Friday, March 11 3:25-3:45 PM Hermitage D

Abstract: The Effect of the Texas Instruments Navigator System (TIN) on Students At-Risk with Regard to Achievement and Attitudes in Algebra I was funded by the Research in Disabilities Education (RDE) program’s Focused Research Initiatives (FRI) track, National Science Foundation. The primary goal of this project was to determine the effectiveness of using TIN technology in high school algebra coursework with students who are at-risk for academic failure. A quasi-experimental study was conducted focusing on student mathematics achievement and attitudes toward the use of technology in high school mathematics. This investigation involved 756 high school students taking Algebra I classes in ...