PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Boris Koichu
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No of theses 15
Department Education in Science and Technology
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Marmur Ofer 2017 PhD Abstracts Undergraduate Student Learning during Calculus Tutorials: Key Memorable Events
Widder Mirela 2016 PhD Abstracts Hiding in Plane View: Visual Perception of Two-Dimensional Representations in Teaching Spatial Geometry
Ovadya Tikva 2014 PhD Abstracts Fostering Problem-Solving Skills in Mathematically "Weak" Female High School Students
Dolev Lea 2012 PhD Abstracts Considerations in the Design of Learning Tasks for Teachers: The Case of Classification of Mathematical Items
Lachmy Royi 2017 PhD Abstracts Developing and Using Productive Mathematical Ideas in Online Collaborative Problem Solving
Palatnik Alik 2016 PhD Abstracts Middle-School Students Learning through Long-Term Mathematical Research Projects
Kontorovich Igor 2013 PhD Abstracts How do Experts Pose Problems for Mathematics Competitions?
Segal Ruti 2013 PhD Abstracts Characterizing the Knowledge and Teaching of Mathematics Teacher Educators
Atrash Eman 2013 PhD Abstracts Teaching Linear Algebra: Pedagogical Practices of Experienced Lecturers
Raveh Irina-Ira 2012 PhD Abstracts Teachers' Knowledge of the Interconnections between the Elementary Algorithms of the Four Basic Arithmetic Operations and their Underlying Mathematical Principles
Katz Efim 2011 PhD Abstracts Development of Aesthetic Sense in Solving Mathematical Problems
Klineshtern Michal 2016 PhD Abstracts Problem Posing and Choosing Problems by High School and University Mathematics Teachers
Biton Yaniv 2011 PhD Abstracts Incorporating Peer Assessment in Pre-Academic Mathematics Study
Harris Alva 2015 MSc Teaching Practices of Novice Mathematics Teachers as a Reflection of their Perceptions about what a Good Lesson is
Elkine Yulia 2014 MSc Abstracts Learning Mathematical Principles through Problem Solving by High Achieving Middle School Students and Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers