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Engaged learning in mathematics
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Paper presented at the ERAS Conference, Singapore, 29-31 May 2006
Engaged learning is an integral part of the ‘Teach Less, Learn More’ initiative. This paper will describe various strategies to engage secondary schools students in their learning of mathematics. It will provide concrete examples of how to use worksheets to guide students to discover certain mathematical concepts, and how to use real-life investigative tasks to engage the minds of the students and to develop in them an inquiry attitude towards mathematics. All these strategies were taught in an inservice course for secondary school teachers and the paper will present their views and attitudes towards engaged learning for their students.
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