INTRODUCTION Math had been my interesting subject from my elementary class, but my main interest in Math Subjects beginning to grow from Grade 9. I was hugely inspired by the teaching methodology of my Math teacher who focuses mainly on a concept, not just way to solve the mathematical problem. I remember that I love to read the introductory pages of Trigonometry and brief proof about how various formulas in basic trigonometry are obtained. Even though I just need to remember the formulas in order to perform good in my exam, I was very keen to know how those formulas are derived. This process helps me to understand the abstract concepts of mathematics, like trigonometry.
And also this small scale research shows that incorporating Roberts Gagne’s instructional design model is an effective model to teach mathematics concepts though the model is very much focused on the objectives the learning process. And it also shows that students are well motivated to learn mathematics by using this model of teaching. Therefore this shows that the way of teaching effects the student’s curiosity to learn the subject matter and it is always important for the teachers to improve their pedagogical knowledge in teaching and learning process. Though the lesson taught in class 1 is well conducted, it is recommended to include more active strategies within the nine events of Gagne’s instructional design model. For class 2 it is recommended to used more activities which will gain the students motivation and to give individual help to the students to ensure the correct understanding of the concept for the students.
This is valuable for both the teacher and child because both are setting goals and developing the brain by the student is gaining more knowledge and getting tested to see how well they contained the material. For teachers they are learning different ways to have assessments that are valuable for each student in the class because not all students do well on standardized test some do well on performance-based assessments. Also, it helps the teacher see if they need to change the lesson around for the students who struggle on a certain topic on a
Creating reflections requires critical thinking and designing the Math binder requires creativity and innovativeness. Information, media and technology skills are also enhanced since the students need to access information, utilize them as a basis in making their reflection. Passing their binder on time with desired quality requires skills such as initiative, self direction, leadership and responsibility, productivity and accountability. The outcomes of the “My Math Binder, My Math Journey” are learners who can effectively and creatively express themselves in writing, are reflective and learn from their experiences, hence, self-renewing. They can create a binder and effectively identify their strengths and weaknesses.
The settings and continuum in question are community care, home care, long-term care, schools, public health, ambulatory care and, most importantly, hospitals. To guarantee that the nurses were well aware of their duties and what is expected of them, their roles had to be clarified (Benner et al., 2009). This is the moment whereby the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation collaborated with the Institute of Medicine of which the latter came to release The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing
In order to attain the national goals related to scientific literacy, it is necessary to determine what factors influence achievement of students in mathematics. In short, there is a need to analyze all related research, make appropriate policies and develop effective educational methods to improve science and mathematics education. In order to promote greater student achievement and meet increased expectations, Mathematics teacher will need a battery of instructional materials to fulfill students’ needs. Students will more likely see the value of the lesson if the instructional materials and student-assigned tasks reflect the worth of the content. The choice of instructional
When students regularly have homework, it teaches them self discipline and time management skills. This forces them to make decisions on how to organize their priorities. This skill will not only be present in high school, but also in college and the workforce. ¨Most educators believe homework can encourage good study habits that endure, and can also promote independence (Schwartz, 2015, p. 2). By doing homework, children will develop study habits which again will be beneficial in the workforce.
One of the primary aims and urgent problems of the school is to adjust individual students to a school program that can teach mathematics severely in dealing with numbers (Araque, 1998). Since studies indicate that students have greater tendency to develop mathematical phobia, it is therefore important to find out the level of mathematical phobia of the pupils in order to give proper training and motivation so that they will develop their interest in mathematics subject. This descriptive study aimed to determine the Mathematical Phobia among first year fisheries students of University of the Philippines
One must have passion for things he does in life. I realized that I have to be inquisitive about the subject that I am studying in order to learn it. The strong desire to make a good progress ahead in Computer Science has motivated me to pursue graduate studies. My keen interest in Computer Science stems from a natural aptitude for logic and mathematics. Ever since I was in school, I have had a strong inclination towards Mathematics and Science.
Mathematics knowledge and skills refers to the conceptual understanding of numbers, their relationships, combinations and operations. Mathematics also includes shapes and their structure; reasoning; measurement; classification and patterns. Higher order mathematics includes arithmetic, geometry, algebra, trigonometry and statistic. The objective of mathematics education of secondary school level is to bring clarity of thoughts among the pupils so that they can think mathematically and pursue their assumptions to logical conclusions. There are many ways of thinking and the kind of thinking one learns in mathematics is an ability to handle abstractions and an approach to problem