Garnering different kinds of data from students about their perceptions of mathematics helps teachers, teacher leaders, districts and researchers better understand students' perceptions. In this study, we investigate and compare students' perceptions of doing mathematics from samples of students from the United States, China, and Fiji. We administered the Draw Yourself Doing Mathematics instrument developed by Bachman, Berezay, & Tripp (2016) to students at three grade levels in China, Fiji, and the United States of America. Statistically significant differences among perceptions in the three countries and the three grade levels were observed.
Sullivan, Corrinne; Matney, Gabriel T.; and Jackson, Jack II, "An Investigation of Students' Perceptions of Doing Mathematics" (2017). School of Teaching and Learning Faculty Publications. 60.
Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning
Start Page No.
End Page No.