Skits help students learn math, relate lessons to real life

02/9/2010 |

This New York Times blog post offers suggestions for making math learning more accessible by having students develop and perform skits that illustrate how math can be used to simplify everyday life. Students can also delve further into the topic by considering their feelings about math and writing responses to philosophical questions that help them examine their personal relationship to math and numbers.

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