The impact of teaching method on performance in teaching mathematics at tertiary level

Abdulmalek Mesfer Almalki

Abstract


The study seeks to explore different modes of teaching mathematics to students studying in a second language, and the effects of the varying approaches on student outcomes such as educational achievement and confidence in learning mathematics. Two case studies were used to examine the effectiveness of using worked examples versus the problem-solving approach for teaching mathematics to ESL students.


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