Evaluation of 12th grade of secondary mathematics curriculum: Algebra learning domain
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The primary aim of this study is to define reaching of attainment levels of algebra learning fields in 12th grade mathematics education programme. 425 12Th grade students, determined by stratified sampling method among elementary schools in Balikesir city centre and 10 maths teachers have applied the study. As data collecting tool, pre and post test has been enhanced with the aim of defining the level in obtaining acquisitions of Algebra learning curriculum applications. The data obtained have been evaluated using descriptive analysis, t test for related samples and tetrachoric correlation. As a result of the study it has been concluded that; as a result of Algebra learning fields applications in Mathematic course curriculum, the students' Algebra test point averages are meaningful in favour of the post-test (p<.05) but for the reason that the post-test's absolute success point averages are under 0.75, the complete learning level has not been reached that the students' obtaining just about %40 of the acquisitions at the level of 75 has shown the learning process are not as sufficient as expected level for providing accessibility of learning process' and that there have been differences between acquisition levels put forward by the experts and tetrachoric correlation results.