Title

Mathematics is stuffed

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Faculty

Faculty of Regional Professional Studies

School

School of Regional Professional Studies

RAS ID

2286

Comments

Swan, P. (2001). Mathematics is stuffed. The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Inc., 226.

Abstract

The majority of students leave school with a dislike for mathematics. Why is this the case? Is it perhaps the nature of the subject, poor teaching, maybe conditioning from home or possibly a change in the way children learn? These issues are examined in the light of current research and experience. In particular the role of the teacher is examined as a means of improving affective outcomes in mathematics.

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