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Joy of mathematical modelling: a forgotten perspective?
chapterposted on 2020-02-25, 16:36 authored by Yuriy Rogovchenko, Olov Viirman, Stephanie ThomasStephanie Thomas
We argue the relevance of including an affective perspective in the mathematical modelling education research and emphasise its importance for the teaching and learning of mathematical modelling at all levels, especially at the university. Our argument is supported by a recent survey of mathematics lecturers’ views on mathematical modelling, several follow-up interviews, and a review of literature on mathematical modelling that relates to enjoyment, pleasure, and appreciation. Findings from the survey and the follow-up interviews indicate that there is a group of practitioners who hold strong views on the importance of enjoyment in doing and teaching mathematical modelling.
Published inMathematical Modelling Education and Sense-making
Pages95 - 106
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
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Rights holder© Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Publisher statementThis book chapter was published in the book Mathematical Modelling Education and Sense-making [© Springer Nature Switzerland AG]. The final authenticated version is available online at https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37673-4_9.
Book seriesInternational Perspectives on the Teaching and Learning of Mathematical Modelling