My research interest is on mathematics teaching and learning following an overarching philosophy of developmental research in which an observed practice is examined, changes are proposed, implemented, and evaluated to improve the practice.
I am open to all kinds of research methodologies. However, my expertise is in quantitative methods. From the basic mean difference tests e.g., t-test, ANOVA, ANCOVA, MANOVA, and MANCOVA, through multiple regression analysis, path analysis, item response theory, exploratory/confirmatory factor analysis, to advanced methods in structural equation modelling e.g., causal modelling, multigroup analysis, multilevel modelling, growth modelling, latent class analysis, and so on.
Zakariya, Y.F., Goodchild S., Bjørkestøl K., & Nilsen, H.K. (2019). Calculus Self-Efficacy Inventory: Its Development and Relationship with Approaches to learning. Education Sciences, 9(3), 170.
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