Does interdisciplinary instruction raise students’ interest in mathematics and the subjects of the natural sciences?

@article{Michelsen2009DoesII,
  title={Does interdisciplinary instruction raise students’ interest in mathematics and the subjects of the natural sciences?},
  author={Claus Michelsen and Bharath Sriraman},
  journal={ZDM},
  year={2009},
  volume={41},
  pages={231-244}
}
This article presents the research project IFUN (the acronym IFUN refers to Interesse og Fagoverskrindende Undervisning i Naturvidenskab and Interesse und Fächerübergreifender Unterricht in den Naturwisseschaften which is Danish and German, respectively, for Interest and Interdisciplinary Instruction in Science and Mathematics)—Interest and Interdisciplinary Instruction in Science (we use the term science as a common denominator for the subjects of physics, chemistry and biology) and… CONTINUE READING

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