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Recreational mathematics : Mathematical problems that are fun can motivate students to learn mathematics and can increase enjoyment of mathematics. Relational approach: Uses class topics to solve everyday problems and relates the topic to current events. Rote learning : the teaching of mathematical results, definitions and concepts by repetition and memorisation typically without meaning or supported by mathematical reasoning.
A derisory term is drill and kill. In traditional education , rote learning is used to teach multiplication tables , definitions, formulas, and other aspects of mathematics. Content and age levels[ edit ] Different levels of mathematics are taught at different ages and in somewhat different sequences in different countries. Sometimes a class may be taught at an earlier age than typical as a special or honors class.
Elementary mathematics in most countries is taught in a similar fashion, though there are differences. Most countries tend to cover fewer topics in greater depth than in the United States.
Mathematics in most other countries and in a few U. Students in science-oriented curricula typically study differential calculus and trigonometry at age 16—17 and integral calculus , complex numbers , analytic geometry , exponential and logarithmic functions , and infinite series in their final year of secondary school.
Probability and statistics may be taught in secondary education classes. Science and engineering students in colleges and universities may be required to take multivariable calculus , differential equations , and linear algebra. Applied mathematics is also used in specific majors; for example, civil engineers may be required to study fluid mechanics ,  while "math for computer science" might include graph theory , permutation , probability, and proofs. Standards[ edit ] Throughout most of history, standards for mathematics education were set locally, by individual schools or teachers, depending on the levels of achievement that were relevant to, realistic for, and considered socially appropriate for their pupils.
In modern times, there has been a move towards regional or national standards, usually under the umbrella of a wider standard school curriculum. In England , for example, standards for mathematics education are set as part of the National Curriculum for England,  while Scotland maintains its own educational system. Ma summarised the research of others who found, based on nationwide data, that students with higher scores on standardised mathematics tests had taken more mathematics courses in high school.
This led some states to require three years of mathematics instead of two. In , they released Curriculum Focal Points, which recommend the most important mathematical topics for each grade level through grade 8.
However, these standards are enforced as American states and Canadian provinces choose. A US state's adoption of the Common Core State Standards in mathematics is at the discretion of the state, and is not mandated by the federal government. The MCTM also offers membership opportunities to teachers and future teachers so they can stay up to date on the changes in math educational standards.
Please help rewrite this section from a descriptive, neutral point of view , and remove advice or instruction. April Learn how and when to remove this template message "Robust, useful theories of classroom teaching do not yet exist". The following results are examples of some of the current findings in the field of mathematics education: Important results  One of the strongest results in recent research is that the most important feature in effective teaching is giving students "opportunity to learn".
Teachers can set expectations, time, kinds of tasks, questions, acceptable answers, and type of discussions that will influence students' opportunity to learn.
This must involve both skill efficiency and conceptual understanding. Conceptual understanding  Two of the most important features of teaching in the promotion of conceptual understanding are attending explicitly to concepts and allowing students to struggle with important mathematics.
Both of these features have been confirmed through a wide variety of studies. Explicit attention to concepts involves making connections between facts, procedures and ideas. This is often seen as one of the strong points in mathematics teaching in East Asian countries, where teachers typically devote about half of their time to making connections.
At the other extreme is the U. Deliberate, productive struggle with mathematical ideas refers to the fact that when students exert effort with important mathematical ideas, even if this struggle initially involves confusion and errors, the end result is greater learning.
This has been shown to be true whether the struggle is due to challenging, well-implemented teaching, or due to faulty teaching the students must struggle to make sense of.
Formative assessment  Formative assessment is both the best and cheapest way to boost student achievement, student engagement and teacher professional satisfaction. Results surpass those of reducing class size or increasing teachers' content knowledge. Effective assessment is based on clarifying what students should know, creating appropriate activities to obtain the evidence needed, giving good feedback, encouraging students to take control of their learning and letting students be resources for one another.
Homework  Homework which leads students to practice past lessons or prepare future lessons are more effective than those going over today's lesson.
Students benefit from feedback. Students with learning disabilities or low motivation may profit from rewards. For younger children, homework helps simple skills, but not broader measures of achievement.
Students with difficulties  Students with genuine difficulties unrelated to motivation or past instruction struggle with basic facts , answer impulsively, struggle with mental representations, have poor number sense and have poor short-term memory. Techniques that have been found productive for helping such students include peer-assisted learning, explicit teaching with visual aids, instruction informed by formative assessment and encouraging students to think aloud.
Algebraic reasoning  It is important for elementary school children to spend a long time learning to express algebraic properties without symbols before learning algebraic notation. When learning symbols, many students believe letters always represent unknowns and struggle with the concept of variable.
They prefer arithmetic reasoning to algebraic equations for solving word problems. It takes time to move from arithmetic to algebraic generalizations to describe patterns.
Students often have trouble with the minus sign and understand the equals sign to mean "the answer is Quantitative research includes studies that use inferential statistics to answer specific questions, such as whether a certain teaching method gives significantly better results than the status quo. The best quantitative studies involve randomized trials where students or classes are randomly assigned different methods in order to test their effects.
They depend on large samples to obtain statistically significant results.