MA Special Education
Interdisciplinary and Inclusive Education
College of Education
Committee Member 1
Kuder, Sydney J.
Committee Member 2
Algebra--Study and teaching; Computer-assisted instruction; Learning-disabled youth
Science and Mathematics Education | Special Education and Teaching
The purpose of this study was to: (a) examine the effectiveness of Imagine Math in increasing the engagement of students in a high school resource Algebra 2 classroom, (b) examine the effectiveness of Imagine Math in increasing the academic achievement of students in a high school resource Algebra 2 classroom, and (c) determine if students in a high school resource Algebra 2 classroom are satisfied with the use of Imagine Math. The research was conducted using single-subject design methodology. The study followed an ABAB alternating baseline pattern. Academic achievement was monitored through daily assessments, while engagements was evaluated in three minute intervals for thirty minutes daily. The results suggest the the use of Imagine Math helps increase the engagement and academic achievement of students in a high school resource Algebra 2 classroom. Results also show that students were satisfied with the use of Imagine Math. Implications for instruction in this setting include recommendations to utilize additional strategies with technology such as Imagine Math in the classroom.
Cabassa, Danielle, "The effect of Imagine Math on high school students with learning disabilities" (2018). Theses and Dissertations. 2598.