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When teaching mathematics, critical thinking skills can be used, practiced and enhanced by effective cognitive methods. Critical thinking can enhance creative problem solving options by encouraging students to seek new strategies when solving mathematical problems. Mathematics teachers know the importance of mathematical
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Apr 18, 2017 · students should be involved in critical reflection on teaching and learning mathematics. The teaching and learning processes undergo through assimilation, accommodation, adaptation, and reconstruction (von Glasersfeld 1990). The students learn mathematics through active
Vigilant critical reflection delivers several boons: inspirational self-assuredness, the regular achievement of teaching goals, and motivated, critically reflective students. The goal of the critically reflective teacher, for Brookfield, is to garner an increased awareness of his or her teaching from as many different vantage points as possible.
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