Using Reform Pedagogy to Improve Students' Application Skills in College Remedial Mathematics Courses
Mathematics & Computer Education
The article discusses the use of reform pedagogy to improve students' application skills in college remedial mathematics courses. Topics discussed include importance of post-secondary mathematics courses for a large set of academic degrees, use of procedural skills or other techniques to solve real-world problems and role of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in initiating the current reform mathematics movement.
Wan, Anna; Smith, Luke; Martin, W. Gary; Duenas, Gilbert; Shumack, Kellie; and Beziat, Tara L.R., "Using Reform Pedagogy to Improve Students' Application Skills in College Remedial Mathematics Courses" (2015). Faculty Bibliography. 2178.
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