Examining the mistake of first-grade primary school students regarding time measurement
Keywords:Mathematics, time measurement, first-grade primary school students
This study aimed to determine the mistakes of first-year primary students regarding time measurement, which is the sub-learning area of measurement in Math’s class. In accordance with this aim, the study was conducted as a case study, which is one of the qualitative methods. In order to collect the data in the study, non-participant observations made online in the classroom environment, semi-structured interviews with the students individually via video conference, and all the homework assigned to the students by the classroom teacher during the process related to the subject were utilized as document review. In the analysis of the data obtained, content analysis was used. In the light of the findings, it was determined that the students made mistakes in showing and saying half hours and exact hours involving hour and minute hand, in the yesterday-today-tomorrow relationship, and in the week-month relationship.
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