9/13/2011

Some experts argue that the traditional math curriculum focuses too much on abstract lessons, rather than on teaching skills such as basic engineering, data and finance, which will prepare students for the real world. The author of this blog post ponders whether more practical math lessons could help engage students by showing what they learn in the classroom can be applied in real-life situations, and how students still can be taught more abstract math lessons.

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