Abstract / Synopsis
Pair Quizzes are cooperative pop quizzes, taken by a pair of students working together for the same grade. The first author, Chuck, had used pair quizzes in many of his courses through his tenure teaching and was interested in determining their perceived effect on student learning and attitude toward mathematics.To this end, we designed a questionnaire and distributed it to all students currently taking and who had taken two different mathematics courses within a span of four years. Responses from those who chose to complete the survey seem to indicate that the pair quizzes had a positive effect on students’ perceived learning and on their perceived attitude toward mathematics, as we had originally hoped.
Harrison W. Straley & Lauren Dupee, "One + One > Two: The Effects of Pair Quizzes on Student Attitudes and Perceptions," Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, Volume 7 Issue 2 (July 2017), pages 318-339. DOI: 10.5642/jhummath.201702.16. Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/jhm/vol7/iss2/16