The differential impact of several teaching strategies upon the integration of economic concepts into the mathematics curriculum
Description: This investigation focuses upon two major problems. The first problem is to determine what effect the inclusion of economics in the mathematics curriculum will have upon student attitudes toward and understanding and retention of economics and mathematics. The second problem is to determine whether different methods of instruction will result in significantly different levels of student attitudes toward and understanding and retention of economics and mathematics.
Date: December 1975
Creator: Schmeling, Daniel M.
Partner: UNT Libraries