Teaching of Mathematics PDF ePub eBook

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Teaching of Mathematics free pdf Teaching mathematics in the secondary schools is a task, which if seriously undertaken will challenge the best efforts of the best teachers. It requires more than a thorough knowledge of the subject matter to be taught though that of course is a sine qua non. It requires more, even, then a broad perspective of the field of mathematics itself and an understanding of the place and importance of mathematics in any valid scheme of general education. It demands skills in the techniques of teaching each particular topic or aspect of the subject in developing generalized concepts in coordinating generalizations with applications, in discriminating between essential and unimportant matters within the subject in knowing where to place emphasis and where to anticipate difficulties in detecting difficulties when they do occur, in sensing their precise nature and in knowing how to help the students avoid or over come them. It is hoped that the book will prove useful to teachers in the classroom practice and will help the students as well.

About John Russel

John Russel teaches in Texas and has visited India also. He is a renowned author in mathematics. Russel has written books on physical sciences as well.

Details Book

Author : John Russel
Publisher : Campus Books International
Data Published : 01 October 2005
ISBN : 8180300609
EAN : 9788180300608
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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