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Because the teacher is the class expert in the subject, knowledge will be transmitted correctly. Suggested steps that departments or institutions can take regarding student attitudes include offering mathematics and study skills workshops, providing a sufficient number of qualified, well-trained tutors and providing training for counselors to support students’ math anxiety. Teacher educators may reach more of their preservice and/or in-service teachers if they provide different examples for various philosophies of learning.

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (January 1, 1992)

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