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Using Humanistic Content and Teaching Methods to Motivate Students and Counteract Negative Perceptions of Mathematics
This paper examines the following questions: How is math commonly taught, why is it taught this way, and what are the outcomes? Who are some of the voices calling for change and what are they saying? Can a humanistic approach produce positive results in students who have learned to dislike math and have not been successful in a traditional classroom?
"Using Humanistic Content and Teaching Methods to Motivate Students and Counteract Negative Perceptions of Mathematics," Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal: Iss.
27, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/hmnj/vol1/iss27/4