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Making Mathematics Relevant
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Mathematics in School Volume 17, Number 4,

Abstract

The author argues the necessity of ensuring that mathematics is perceived by children as being useful. An example is provided which is intended to give children experiences which might help them develop a rationale for learning. It involves an item of computer software which simulates car racing. (PK)

Citation

Thompson, I. (1988). Making Mathematics Relevant. Mathematics in School, 17(4), 36-38. Retrieved September 21, 2020 from .

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