Faculty Mentor

Cheryl Beaver




What are math wars? Why do they exist? This is a disagreement created by those who decide how we educate students. With this ongoing war on math, we have undoubtedly created ways to improve our ways of student learning. In my poster, I will be introducing the effects on students from math wars and ways we can counteract them to benefit student learning. I will also be examining helpful tools like project-based learning, the communicative approach, and mixed-attainment grouping that we can use to improve student learning capabilities.






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