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    Common mathematics misconceptions: 1. Misunderstanding the order of subtraction, such as thinking that 3 – 8 = 5. 2. Misreading the scale on the ruler and beginning measuring at the number 1, rather than from 0. How and why misconception 1 can arise with students: In his book, Issues in Mathematics Teaching, Swan (2001) makes the argument that as students make common mistakes in mathematics in their early years of education, the way in which children think or initially approach a mathematical problem does not originate in the form of wrong thinking. Rather, it is more of a “generalisation” that students make in order to make sense of problems, which come from other informed conceptual understandings that are still in the developmental…

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    Attitude In Mathematics

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    On the other hand, some courses optimization seems to be the strongest topic in applied mathematics, with additional interest in differential equations. Lecturers are not much motivated to improve the situation rather they maintain their traditional lecture approach. Problem-solving applications and research activities generally are only beginning to take hold, however, because university mathematics has traditionally focused on theoretical topics on the assumption that the only career for math…

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    ICT In Mathematics

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    The use of ICT in the daily mathematics lesson can be central to creating an inclusive environment where all children are engaged in learning. On the most basic level – children, or so I have witnessed, find using computers and other technologies "cool". It arouses their interests and "seems to provide a focal point which encourages interaction between pupils, as well as between pupils and the technology itself" (BECTA. 2003). Using technologies such as computers, interactive whiteboards, audio…

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    1. Purpose of the study or the research questions? The purpose of this study was to find out the middle grade teachers’ reason for using manipulatives for teaching mathematics. It also tried to define and explain why teachers prefer using manipulatives in teaching mathematics to this grade of children. 2. How this study relate to prior research The study relates to prior research in the sense that both are interested in outlining the understanding that there are concrete mathematical concepts…

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    Mathematics Self-Efficacy

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    beliefs in performing mathematical tasks successfully (Dullas, 2010; Galla & Wood, 2012; Guolao, 2014; Liu & Koirala, 2009; Pajares & Miller, 1994; Zimmerman, et.al., 2010). Poor self-efficacy in non-mathematics major often leads to low achievement. On the other hand, Hall & Ponton (2005) found that the difficulty level of the math subject may also affect the level of mathematics self-efficacy such that…

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    It is true that mathematics subject is totally different from other general subjects .In all over the world subject mathematics perceived as a core in educational systems..it will be better to say that mathematics is a science and used in daily life . Mathematical achievements can be monitored by teachers learning process and by science and education department .The aim of mathematics subject to develop a constructive approach and student must have the ability to construct their own internal…

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    1. INTRODUCTION Probability has come to gain importance as a content area of Mathematics that students need to have experience with in order to be well-informed citizens since its study “can raise the level of sophistication at which a person interprets what he/she sees in ordinary life, in which theorems are scarce and uncertainty is everywhere” (Cambridge Conference on School Mathematics, 1963, p.70; as cited in Jones, 2004). Since “[T]here is perhaps no other branch of the mathematical…

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    Statement of Purpose Mathematics and geometry have always been my passion since my childhood. I had easily learned the numbers and basic calculations before I started primary school. I have consistently passed my mathematics classes successfully through my eagerness of the mathematics. Since I was a successful student at the other classes as well, I got opportunity to go to one of the most prestigious high schools which was far from my town. In addition, I was the first person who went to this…

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    how these things affect relationships, it also highlights some vital themes such as mathematics, genius and mental illness, in a way that no other play has done. Examining the primary theme of mathematics and mathematics as a metaphor for life, by sheer action of using the rarefied field of mathematics as a backdrop David Auburn gives this play a deep purpose. It is not merely Art for the sake of Art, but rather Art as a spotlight that gives us a peek into the complex world of mathematics but…

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    “Mathematics” is an open concept with many possible meanings. In Philosophical Investigations, Ludwig Wittgenstein(1992) talks about the variety of language games, and “mathematics” may operate in a huge number of such games. While mathematics as a research field includes a vast domain of unsolved issues and conceptions in development. Well-intended definitions, as suggested by classic positions within the philosophy of mathematics – where logicism describes mathematics as a further development…

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