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Mathematical skills to solve problems

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    Anita Jain

    How to develop interest in students to use mathematical skills to solve problems related with it.


    “Classroom practices that help students focus their attention and engage in the math task at hand may help eliminate the poor performance brought on by math anxiety,”

    1. Incorporate problem solving into day-to-day schedule:

    2. Reduce anxiety through math games:

    3. Put a positive spin on math:

    Varsha Kukreja

    Breaking the monotony! We may introduce a topic with the help of a classroom activity, time to time students can be shown animated videos explaining the concepts, taking pauses in betweek asking related questions from the students. Providing students with rewards after a quiz can motivate them to perform better

    B Kiruthika

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Maths is there in day to day life…</p>
    Introduce with real life examples and give time understand and  solve by themselves.

    Beginner’s play way method is very useful. Reading out the problem so many times and understanding does 90% to improve their skills


    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Taking up such activities aur questions all projects in the class which are less theoretical and more practical in nature and are more attached to the real life of the students main proof very helpful.</p>

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