Fostering Students ' Identification with Mathematics and Science

@inproceedings{Ruff2016FosteringS,
  title={Fostering Students ' Identification with Mathematics and Science},
  author={C G Ruff and Jason W. Osborne},
  year={2016}
}
Book Summary: Interest in Mathematics and Science Learning is the first volume to assemble findings on the role of interest in mathematics and science learning. As the contributors illuminate across the volume’s 22 chapters, interest provides a critical bridge between cognition and affect in learning and development. This volume will be useful to educators, researchers, and policy makers, especially those whose focus is mathematics, science, and technology education. Chapter Summary: The… CONTINUE READING

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