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Research in science education, particularly physics education, indicates that students in Interactively-Engaged classrooms are more successful on tests of basic conceptual knowledge.…

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Concept inventories have become increasingly common in STEM disciplines as a means of assessing student conceptual understanding on a given topic, and overall they have led to…

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The Calculus Concept Readiness (CCR) instrument assesses foundational understandings and reasoning abilities that have been documented to be essential for learning calculus. The CCR…

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This study establishes a theoretical framework for predicting the American College Testing (ACT) Mathematics sub-score and AP Calculus AB and BC scores from the Precalculus Concept…