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Philosophy of education and the mathematics curriculum. (English)
J. Instr. Psychol. 19, No. 4, 236-246 (1992).
The mathematics teacher needs to utilize the philosophy or philosophies of teaching which assist learners to achieve optimally. These include (1) experimentalism with its emphasis upon problem solving, (2) existentialism and its advocacy upon decision making strategies, (3) realism and utilization of measurably stated objectives, and (4) idealism and stress placed upon a subject centered mathematics curriculum. (orig.)
Classification: C90
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