Engaging students to make mathematics interesting, fun, intriguing, puzzling and personally satisfyingVinculum (2006)
The author asserts that making connections with the real world is the best way to engage most students in the middle years of schooling and to potentially provide a mechanism for making mathematics interesting, fun and personally satisfying. Traditionally, in secondary school mathematics classrooms, teachers start by teaching the abstract mathematics skills and processes and then they find some possible applications afterwards. The author believes this should be the other way around.
- Mathematic application,
- Sceondary school mathematics,
- Secondary education
Publication DateSeptember, 2006
Citation InformationDave Tout. "Engaging students to make mathematics interesting, fun, intriguing, puzzling and personally satisfying" Vinculum Vol. 43 Iss. 3 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/dave_tout/7/