Table 4 Table 5
Attitude Towards Spatial Concept Activities
Attitude towards mathematics learning data show some change. Post-intervention there was a slight increase in students feeling contentment
towards math related activities, a decrease in unsure feelings toward
mathematics. Worried indicators remained unchanged.
Table 6 Table 7
In terms of spatial concepts, the result of the intervention indicate that
students did develop more spatial concept ability with a relatively short,
but targeted, intervention. Activities included coding, developing mazes,
constructing tangrams, and origami. It is possible that providing a range of
spatial concept activities supported the students’ development of a range
of spatial concept competencies (e.g. perspective, cross sectioning).