Poor performance in previous math classes and low confidence are some of students’ biggest stumbling blocks when it comes to math success, according to a new survey about math education.
The survey of more than 400 high school math teachers comes from the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). Teachers in the survey are all coaches for student teams participating in the MathWords Math Modeling (M3) Challenge, a national online contest SIAM organizes.
The results indicate that students don’t need innate math genius to excel. Instead, they need practice, confidence, and real-world connections.
“Contrary to public opinion, the results of the survey...
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