Some Methods of Effective Teaching and Learning Of Mathematics

A.O. Makinde

Abstract


Evidence (Ale 2005) has shown the high level of failure rate of students in mathematics over the years. This is not unconnected with the poor methods of teaching employed by mathematics teachers as well as the negative attitude of the teacher himself which restrict the freedom of students to communicate freely whether inside or outside the class setting. This further strengthens the negative feeling that students have towards mathematics. It should be noted that if the record of failure in mathematics for the hearing students is on the high side, that of the hearing impaired will be on the higher side. In this paper, some methods of teaching mathematics are looked into as well as some factors that can either improve or hinder the success of these methods.


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