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<textarea cols="60" rows="20"> Please read the following material that explains this research study. Submitting this survey will indicate that you have been informed about the study and that you want to participate. We want you to understand what you are being asked to do and what risks and benefits are associated with the study. This should help you decide whether or not you want to participate in the study. You are being invited to take part in a research project that evaluates the programmatic changes to the mathematics major. The project is conducted by faculty members at the University of Colorado: Prof. David Webb from the School of Education, 249 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309-0249, and Prof. Eric Stade, from the Mathematics Department, 347 UCB, Boulder, CO 80309-0347. Prof. David Webb can be reached at (303) 492-0306. This project will be conducted between January and December 2010. Project Description: This research study will investigate perspectives about teaching and learning mathematics and science among undergraduate students, learning assistants, teacher certification students and faculty members as well as content knowledge among undergraduate students and learning assistants. You are being asked to be in this study because you are enrolled in an undergraduate mathematics course at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Participation in this study is entirely your choice. Procedures: Over the duration of this project a total number of 1,300 participants will be recruited for this study, of which 1,200 will be undergraduate students enrolled in mathematics courses at the University of Colorado at Boulder. If you agree to take part in this study, you will be asked to participate in written or online surveys a maximum of two times per semester. These surveys will require approximately 20 to 40 minutes to complete. Risks and Discomforts: The risks associated with this study are minimal. You may experience some discomfort when you are asked questions during interviews. You should feel free to decline answering questions at any time or to ask the interviewer to destroy audio-tape that you are uncomfortable with. Benefits: There are no direct benefits for participating in this study. You might benefit from having the opportunity to reflect on issues about teaching and learning in interviews and surveys. Your agreement to participate is indicated by completing and submitting this survey. Your signature is not required on any document. Submitting this survey incomplete (with name and ID only) will allow you to receive credit without any agreement to participate in research activities. </textarea>

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