By Markku S. Hannula, Pietro Di Martino, Marilena Pantziara, Qiaoping Zhang, Francesca Morselli, Einat Heyd-Metzuyanim, Sonja Lutovac, Raimo Kaasila, James A. Middleton, Amanda Jansen, Gerald A Goldin
This booklet files the cutting-edge in study on mathematics-related impact. It discusses the ideas and theories of mathematics-related have an effect on alongside the traces of 3 dimensions.
The first size identifies 3 wide different types of have an effect on: motivation, feelings, and ideology. The e-book comprises one bankruptcy on motivation, together with discussions on how feelings and ideology relate to motivation. There are chapters that target ideals and a bankruptcy on angle which cross-cuts via a lot of these different types. the second one measurement covers a speedily fluctuating nation to a extra reliable trait. All chapters within the e-book specialise in trait-type have an effect on and the bankruptcy on motivation discusses either those dimensions. The 3rd size regards the 3 major degrees of theorizing: physiological (embodied), mental (individual) and social. All chapters mirror that mathematics-related impact has almost always been studied utilizing mental theories.
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Attitudes, Beliefs, Motivation and Identity in Mathematics Education: An Overview of the Field and Future Directions by Markku S. Hannula, Pietro Di Martino, Marilena Pantziara, Qiaoping Zhang, Francesca Morselli, Einat Heyd-Metzuyanim, Sonja Lutovac, Raimo Kaasila, James A. Middleton, Amanda Jansen, Gerald A Goldin