The project addresses the relatively poor mathematics achievement of students who are not proficient in English. It includes research on how English language learners in beginning algebra classes solve math word problems with different text characteristics. The results of this research inform the development of technology-based resources to support ELLs’ ability to learn mathematics through instruction in English, including tutorials in math vocabulary, integrated glossaries, and interactive assistance with forming equations from word problem text.
Closing the Math Achievement Gap for English Language Learners: Technology Resources for Pre-algebra
August 21, 2008 to July 31, 2011
RAND Education, Santa Monica CA
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