Australian educators urged to make maths, science lessons relevant

04/7/2013 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Young students are naturally curious about maths and science, but that interest appears to wane in later grades, when students begin to question when they will ever use the academic lessons, according to Australian educators. Doug Clarke, director of the mathematics teaching and learning research centre at the Australian Catholic University, says teachers can make maths and science lessons relevant by using real-life examples.

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