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a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement

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According to him, the Mezzo Maths method is one way that the fear of mathematics among students can be tackled, since it helps the pupils to calculate figures without calculators.
'We have realised that what pushes people to develop faster is mathematics. Without maths you cannot be an engineer, pharmacist, medical doctor and many other professions.
The Iranian winner of Fields Medal, also known as the Nobel Prize of mathematics, and Stanford University professor, Mirzakhani, passed away at 40 in a hospital in the US on July 14, 2017.
She obtained her BSc in mathematics (1999) from Sharif University of Technology, Tehran.
Research suggests that early number competence is an important predictor of future mathematics and school success.
Early Mathematics Educators' Knowledge, Beliefs, and Pedagogy
There is no focus on Mathematics at the levels of early education rather it is glorified as a boring subject by our teachers not interesting one.
'Our teachers of Mathematics are not inspiring and lack spirit to make it attractive subject for the students by telling them its practicability in the daily lives', he said.
One of the problems in mathematics arises from its very nature.
(2012) confirmed that examination successes in mathematics depended on recall skills, this broad picture applying to all school subjects.
In the primary and secondary schools, there is nothing like mathematics laboratory and this is where the foundation is supposed to be laid for good understanding of mathematics.
'Second, we have very many unqualified mathematics teachers teaching the subject in schools and so it becomes difficult to teach it properly.
A combined quantitative and qualitative approach was used for this study to provide a more complete and synergistic utilization of data for comparison between inservice elementary teachers' levels of mathematics anxiety and their preservice posttest mathematics anxiety scores after 5 years teaching experience and to determine, whether any, the cause of such affected change in mathematics anxiety.
Mathematics anxiety knows no boundaries (Tobias, 1998) and has been defined as a feeling of uncertainty and uneasiness when asked to do mathematics.
Helping students in achieving learning outcomes of mathematics is one of the core objectives of school educators.
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