Mathematics Teaching Method

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1. 1. Teaching and Learning – no easy task – complex process. 2. 2. Each pupil is an individual with a unique personality. 3. 3. Pupils acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes at different times, rates and ways. 4. 4. 8 general teaching methods for math:

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Mathematics Teaching Methodby samisiddqiui86 MATH TEACHING METHODS1. 1. Teaching and Learning no easy task complex process. 2. 2. Each pupil is an individual with a unique personality. 3. 3. Pupils acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes at different times, rates and ways. 4. 4. 8 general teaching methods for math:Co-operative learning ExpositionGuided discovery GamesLaboratory approach SimulationsProblem solving Investigations5. For effective teaching use a combination of these methods:Co-operative groups1. 1. More a method of organization than a specific teaching strategy. 2. 2. Pupils work in small groups (4-6) encourage to discuss and solve problems 3. 3. Accountable for management of time and resources both as individuals and as a group. 4. 4. Teacher moves from group to group giving assistance and encouragement, ask thoughts provoking questions as the need arises.1. 5. Group work is visually reported to the entire class and further discussion ensues. 2. 6. Method allows pupils to work together as a team fostering co-operation rather than competition. 3. 7. Provides for pupils pupils discussion, social interaction and problem solving abilities.Implications for Teaching1. 1. Promotes co-operation among pupils2. 2. Pupils learn to accept responsibility for their own learning (autonomy) 3. 3. Reinforces understanding each pupil can explain to other group members. 4. 4. Implies change in teachers role from leader to facilitator and in

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