Future teachers often think memorization is the best way to teach math & science – until they learn a different way

This study matters because a teacher’s beliefs – their personal philosophy about teaching and learning – often determine how they will teach and what students will learn. And because problem-solving is necessary for scientific and mathematical literacy, students need teachers who will expose them to problem-solving.

How was math discovered?

This article was written for theconversation.com by Linda Galligan, associate professor, University of Southern Queensland. It has been republished in full under a creative...

6 ways to help your child love math

Photo courtesy: Pixabay This article was written for theconversation.com by Sue Johnston-Wilder, Associate Professor, Mathematics Education, University of Warwick and Davide Penazzi, Lecturer in...