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Improving algebraic quadric equations learning in high school freshmen through using Management Education Model. Journal title 2014; 1 (29) :1-17
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The main purpose of this research was investigating the effectiveness of Management Education Model (MEM) in improving a high school freshmen learning in the algebraic quadric equations in the District 5 in the academic year 90-91in Tehran. The independent variable was a scenario made in 10 chunks introducing into the class scene sequentially. A simple random selection of students in 5 classes was done and 2 classes were selected as experiment and the other 3 classes as control. The teacher made test was conducted and the data were analyzed using t-test. The result indicates the significant meaningful effects of the MEM on students’ learning in the algebraic subject and the conclusion was supportive for the secure use of the MEM in other academic subjects.

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Received: 2016/04/2 | Accepted: 2016/04/3 | Published: 2016/04/3

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