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Perceived needs for mathematics among lower secondary students

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Hatisaru, V 2020 , 'Perceived needs for mathematics among lower secondary students' , Australian Mathematics Education Journal, vol. 2, no. 1 , pp. 9-14 .

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Abstract

A student’s ‘image of mathematics’ can be defined asincluding their attitudes, beliefs, self-concept, motivation,and emotions (Lane, Stynes & O’Donoghue, 2014). Theimage of mathematics is thought to positively influence:student performance (Wong, Marton, Wong, & Lam,2002); interest in mathematics (Latterell & Wilson, 2012);and attitudes about mathematics (Picker & Berry, 2001).Across the countries that participate in the Programmefor International Student Assessment (PISA) only 38% ofstudents reported enjoying mathematics (OECD, 2016).However, in Turkey the students were more positive.

Item Type: Article
Authors/Creators:Hatisaru, V
Keywords: drawings, school students, mathematics education, image of mathematics, perceived needs for mathematics
Journal or Publication Title: Australian Mathematics Education Journal
Publisher: Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers
ISSN: 2652-0176
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