수준별 이동수업을 통한 수학 문제해결력 신장에 관한 연구

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A Study on an Improvement of Mathematical Problem
solving Ability through Level-based Shifting Classes

Kim kang-mi
Advisor : Prof. Han Seung-gook Ph.D.
Major in Mathematics Education
Graduate School of Education, Chosun University

This thesis is researched in an effort to complement widespread problems in korean education system resulting from the fact that various students, who have different capacity and competence, use the same unified textbooks and learning materials.
By dividing each student into differently-leveled groups considering his own ability, developing and utilizing the teaching-learning materials suitable for each student's ability and applying such classified methods to each individual, I propose getting each student interested in studies and enhancing student's learning ability in the advanced class and encouraging every student in the low-level class to improve his learning interests and excellences in the studies in order to prevent downwardness of his studies.
The aim of this thesis is ultimately to propose the desirable teaching methods to improve students' problem-solving ability in mathematics.
In this thesis, I divided students into three differently-leveled groups (advanced, intermediate and beginner) and developed teaching-learning materials and taught them according to the performance ability of the individuals. And then I investigated and analyzed the changing of students' attitude to mathematics and their schoolwork achievement.
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kim kang mi
교육대학원 수학교육
Awarded Date
2008. 2
Table Of Contents
Ⅰ. 서 론 1
Ⅱ. 문헌의 고찰
1. 수준별 교육과정 5
2. 수학과 단계형 수준별 교육과정 5
3. 소집단 협동학습 7
4. 자기 주도적 학습 10
5. 개별화 학습 10
6. 문제해결력 11
7. 선행조직자 수업모형 17
Ⅲ. 연구의 방법 및 절차
1. 연구대상 20
2. 실행목표의 설정 21
3. 연구의 실제 22
Ⅳ. 연구의 결과 분석
1. 수준별 이동수업 전후의 수학적 태도 비교 35
2. 수학과 문제해결력의 변화 37
Ⅴ. 결론 및 제언 38
참고문헌 40
조선대학교 교육대학원
김강미. (2007). 수준별 이동수업을 통한 수학 문제해결력 신장에 관한 연구
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