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Math Book Download Questionnaire
We see you downloaded a math book of problems. We need your response to a quick 5-question survey to show our funders how and why teachers like you are using Space Math problems. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, take a few minutes to give us some quick feedback! Thank you for helping us to keep those math problems coming!
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How do you plan to use Space Math problems? (check all that apply)
Introduce a math concept in the context of a science problem
Introduce a science concept with a mathematical context
Individual class work
Group problem solving in class
Individual homework
Group problem solving for homework
Practice
Extension
Other
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The space math problems I have looked at… (check all that apply)
Align well with what I teach
Will improve student math skill featured in the problem
Will improve student knowledge of the content featured in the problem
Will increase my students’ interest in STEM
Will encourage student exploration, discussion and participation
Will help me be more effective in teaching science, technology, engineering or mathematics topics
Other
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Which of the following books have you found the most useful to your students?
Exploring Space Math
Space Math I
Space Math II
Space Math III
Space Math IV
Space Math V
Radiation
Black Holes
Hinode Solar Science
Image Scaling
Lunar Math
Magnetic Math
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Would you be willing to have your students answer a few questions about Space Math problems? If so, take them to this link,
http://SpaceMathStudents.questionpro.com
, or have them do the questions on paper and send them to our evaluator, Dr. Hilarie Davis, 75 Sauga Ave, North Kingstown, RI 02852 or by email at hilarie@techforlearning.org
Student Survey
You can copy the student questions below and paste them into a work document or have students complete the survey at:
http://SpaceMathStudents.questionpro.com
Thanks!
Grade _______
Zip code ___________________
School _________________________
How much do you agree …
1=strongly disagree, 2=disagree, 3=neutral, 4=agree, 5=strongly agree
___I learned something new about math from doing this problem
___I thought the science was interesting
___I learned something new about science from doing this problem
___I thought the math problem was interesting
___I’m inspired to learn more about the science
___I’m inspired to learn more about the math
___It was easier to do the math problem because of the science context
___I enjoyed learning about the NASA content
___I would like to do more Space Math problems
What would you tell other students about Space Math problems?
Thanks for your time and help!
Please contact
brad@techforlearning.org
if you have any questions regarding this survey.
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