Fulfilling the Need for a STEM Platform

Paul A. Wagner


For students to grasp mathematical thinking and not merely secure behavioral responsiveness to standardized cues, they must be lured into viewing it as a conceptual wilderness that is exciting and open to new path-finding ways of thinking about math. By using the example of the Pythagorean theorem an example of how this can be done in practice is made palpably clear.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v12i4.20386


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