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  1. Dec 2018
  2. archives.math.utk.edu archives.math.utk.edu
    1. One reason frequently cited is that teachers are not trained in utilizing technology in the classroom within the subject context.

      Our goal: Be the best in STEM education One of the recommendation is to recruit 100,000 middle and high school teachers and they are an important factor of achieving excellence in STEM education. How do we fix this to achieve our goal?

    2. Discussing feelings, attitudes, and appreciation of mathematics with students

      I actually found a blog post talking about the exact same thing. [https://brightthemag.com/how-teens-can-fight-math-anxiety-fd8411493d52]

    3. I like the class because of the teacher"

      We say this all the time without even releasing it. Instructors' behavior and teaching methods are powerful impacts on students.

    4. Jackson and Leffingwell (1999) found that in their study only seven percent of the population reported having positive experiences with mathematics from kindergarten through college.

      This is concerning. How can we make students have more positive experiences with math?

    5. Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge

      Found another website that talks about this too. [https://www.edutopia.org/article/effective-technology-use-math-class]

  3. Nov 2018
    1. When we taught middle school students for 18 lessons through creative, open, visual math, they changed their ideas and relationships with math. After only 18 days they also improved their test performance by the equivalent of 1.6 years of school;

      I feel like this breaks the very first problem with math. It's seen as a performance subject. Is there a better way to analyze success other than testing?

  4. archives.math.utk.edu archives.math.utk.edu
    1. GeoGebra

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