A Comparison of van Hiele Levels and Final Exam Grades of Students at The University of Southern Mississippi
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Honors College Thesis
This research analyzed students final exam scores in a college mathematics class with geometric components and their van Hiele levels upon entering the class. After the class was completed, each student’s final exam grade was calculated. The researcher used a Spearman correlation to compare the two; the result was a correlation coefficient of 0.742. The researcher then reported that the results of the van Hiele test are a major component in predicting a student’s success in such a class.
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Watson, Cononiah, "A Comparison of van Hiele Levels and Final Exam Grades of Students at The University of Southern Mississippi" (2012). Honors Theses. 88.