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The Power of Math Dictionaries in the Classroom
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SRATE Journal Volume 22, Number 2, ISSN 1068-1752

Abstract

This article investigates the value of a math dictionary in the elementary classroom and if elementary students prefer using a traditional math dictionary or a dictionary on an iPad. In each child's journey to reading with understanding, the dictionary can be a comforting and valuable resource. Would students find a math dictionary to be a useful resource in the classroom? Would students prefer to use a traditional math dictionary or a dictionary app on an iPad? Fourth graders were surveyed to find the answers to these two questions. The results are shared in this article.(Contains 3 tables and 3 figures.)

Citation

Patterson, L.G. & Young, A.F. (2013). The Power of Math Dictionaries in the Classroom. SRATE Journal, 22(2), 22-28. Retrieved January 24, 2022 from .

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