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n Learning and Teaching Mathematics - The great mystery

Volume 2008, Issue 6
  • ISSN : 1990-6811

Abstract

In discussions with Mathematical Literacy teachers, there is a great deal of difference of opinion in how we should be teaching Mathematical Literacy and what we should be focussing on in our teaching. Some teachers argue that exploring real-life contexts are the most important aspect of the subject. Others argue that the mathematical content of the subject is primary. Still others argue that a balanced focus on context and content is important (Graven and Venekat).

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