The importance of true-false statements in mathematics teaching and learning

David Easdown


The author suggests that true-false statements are a valuable tool in mathematical pedagogy, in moving students through the passive-active interface and nudging or directing them towards mathematical ideas of historical and contemporary importance.

Keywords: mathematics teaching and learning, true-false statements.

AMS Subject Classification: Primary 97D40; secondary 97D50.

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Thursday, August 23, 2007