Maths makes a lot of sense when it is taught in a way that makes sense. If you teach something that makes sense in a way that doesn’t, at the end of the day it doesn’t make sense.
In other words, if we teachers don’t get our conceptual thinking right, then we can’t really expect students to, can we ?
The most important dimension of this conceptual thinking depends on the age group you are teaching to. However, there is definitely one dimension of conceptual thinking you cannot overlook from secondary school on: the logical progression.Read More »