What does psychological science have to do with teaching math? Plenty!
Article Type: Brief article
Subject: Sciences education (Psychological aspects)
Academic achievement (Management)
Mathematics (Study and teaching)
Mathematics (Psychological aspects)
Pub Date: 11/01/2008
Publication: Name: Human Ecology Publisher: Cornell University, Human Ecology Audience: Academic Format: Magazine/Journal Subject: Health; Science and technology; Social sciences Copyright: COPYRIGHT 2008 Cornell University, Human Ecology ISSN: 1530-7069
Issue: Date: Nov, 2008 Source Volume: 36 Source Issue: 2
Topic: Event Code: 200 Management dynamics Computer Subject: Company business management
Geographic: Geographic Scope: United States Geographic Code: 1USA United States
Accession Number: 231021635
Full Text: Human development professor Valerie F. Reyna advocated for applying psychological science to improve math and science education in the United States in an editorial published in the June/July 2008 issue of the Association for Psychological Science Observer. Reyna maintained that research on learning processes could dramatically improve the performance of students.

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