STEM

Orly Buchbinder, assistant professor of mathematics education

Instilling Proof and Reason

To become an effective student of mathematics, it takes more than just memorizing procedures and recalling facts. Understanding the “why” through reasoning and proving is vital for deep learning of mathematics but is often the most challenging aspect to instill in learners. To better understand how... Read More

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