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Topic: Survey: researching multiplication in ABE/GED setting
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Charles Roll

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From: Amador County, California
Registered: 6/8/09
Survey: researching multiplication in ABE/GED setting
Posted: Jun 9, 2009 12:05 AM
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Dear ABE or GED math teacher, tutor or administrator:

As an ABE or GED math teacher, you may be interested in research I am doing on students' knowledge of the times-table facts as related to multiplicative thinking and problem solving.

Please click on the link to provide your input on this issue:

http://FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=05eovqgbqynj26b599965

If you choose to participate, the questionnaire consists of only 10 items and should take no longer than 4 or 5 minutes to complete. (You need not answer all 10 items.)

Upon request, everyone who responds will receive the results of this survey along with other relevant research. Requesting the results requires just one simple step: filling in your email or other address after you have completed the questionnaire. (If you don't care about seeing the results, simply do not fill in the address box.)

PLEASE SUPPORT RESEARCH ON NUMERACY INSTRUCTION!

NOTHING TO BUY, NO STRINGS ATTACHED WHEN YOU SUPPORT THIS RESEARCH SIMPLY BY RESPONDING TO THE SURVEY:

http://FreeOnlineSurveys.com/rendersurvey.asp?sid=05eovqgbqynj26b599965

FEEL FREE TO FORWARD THIS TO OTHER GED/ABE TEACHERS, TUTORS OR ADMINISTRATORS!

Thank you!

Charles Roll



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