A CBA model's effect on middle school students in math achievement.
Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Middle school).
Committee ChairHealey, William C.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe present study was an investigation of the effects of a CBA model on mathematical achievement of middle school students. Nine subjects in the seventh and eighth grades were selected to participate in the study. A multiple baseline single subject design was used. Results indicated that a CBA model designed in the form of a pullout program can be very effective in identifying and remediating problems in mathematics for middle school students who are at-risk for failing mathematics. Implications of the current findings for the use of a CBA model were discussed. The use of a CBA model for students identified as at-risk for failing mathematics in middle school was supported.
Degree ProgramSpecial Education and Rehabilitation