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  • Book

    Clements, M. A., Bishop, A., Keitel-Kreidt, C., Kilpatrick, J. and Laborde, C.

    International Handbook of Mathematics Education

    2012 - Springer

    In-text: (Clements et al. 435-469)

    Your Bibliography: Clements, M. A et al. International Handbook Of Mathematics Education. Springer, 2012. Print.

  • Govt. publication

    Department for Education

    Mathematics Study Modules - Key Stage 3 Strategy

    2004

    In-text: (Department for Education)

    Your Bibliography: Department for Education. Mathematics Study Modules - Key Stage 3 Strategy. 2004. Print.

  • Website

    Linear Regression - Overview

    In-text: ("Linear Regression - Overview")

    Your Bibliography: "Linear Regression - Overview." Nbviewer.ipython.org. Web. 4 Feb. 2015.

  • Presentation or lecture

    Lord, C.

    Regression Analysis: Linear, Logistic and Mixed Models

    2010 - University of Florida

    In-text: (Lord)

    Your Bibliography: Lord, Cynthia. "Regression Analysis: Linear, Logistic And Mixed Models." 2010. Presentation.

  • Report

    McCauliff, E.

    The Calculator in the Elementary Classroom: Making a Useful Tool out of an Ineffective Crutch

    In-text: (McCauliff)

    Your Bibliography: McCauliff, Erin. The Calculator In The Elementary Classroom: Making A Useful Tool Out Of An Ineffective Crutch. Web. 31 Jan. 2015.

  • Website

    Phillips, R.

    At What Age Should We Allow Children To Utilize Calculators To Solve Math Problems?

    2010

    In-text: (Phillips)

    Your Bibliography: Phillips, Ronnie. "At What Age Should We Allow Children To Utilize Calculators To Solve Math Problems?." Ezine Articles. N.p., 2010. Web. 30 Jan. 2015.

  • Website

    Quick Takes: Calculators in the Classroom

    1998

    In-text: ("Quick Takes: Calculators In The Classroom")

    Your Bibliography: "Quick Takes: Calculators In The Classroom." Sedl.org. N.p., 1998. Web. 30 Jan. 2015.

  • Journal

    Rittle-Johnson, B. and Kmicikewycz, A. O.

    When generating answers benefits arithmetic skill: The importance of prior knowledge

    2008 - Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

    In-text: (Rittle-Johnson and Kmicikewycz 75-81)

    Your Bibliography: Rittle-Johnson, Bethany, and Alexander Oleksij Kmicikewycz. "When Generating Answers Benefits Arithmetic Skill: The Importance Of Prior Knowledge." Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 101.1 (2008): 75-81. Web. 30 Jan. 2015.

  • Presentation or lecture

    Rodriguez, G.

    Models for Count Data With Overdispersion

    2013 - Princeton University

    In-text: (Rodriguez)

    Your Bibliography: Rodriguez, German. "Models For Count Data With Overdispersion." 2013. Lecture.

  • Website

    Students may rely on calculators to bypass a more holistic understanding of mathematics, researcher says

    2012

    In-text: ("Students May Rely On Calculators To Bypass A More Holistic Understanding Of Mathematics, Researcher Says")

    Your Bibliography: "Students May Rely On Calculators To Bypass A More Holistic Understanding Of Mathematics, Researcher Says." Phys.org. N.p., 2012. Web. 31 Jan. 2015.

  • Newspaper

    The Huffington Post

    Maths Skills Poor in a Fifth of Adults Who Require a Calculator to Add and Subtract Says BAE Poll

    2013 - The Huffington Post

    In-text: (The Huffington Post)

    Your Bibliography: The Huffington Post. "Maths Skills Poor In A Fifth Of Adults Who Require A Calculator To Add And Subtract Says BAE Poll." 2013. Web. 31 Jan. 2015.

  • Newspaper

    Williams, A.

    It just doesn't add up: One in three adults can't do simple sums past 100 without a calculator

    2013 - Mail Online

    In-text: (Williams)

    Your Bibliography: Williams, Amanda. "It Just Doesn't Add Up: One In Three Adults Can't Do Simple Sums Past 100 Without A Calculator." Mail Online 2013. Web. 31 Jan. 2015.

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