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 Title & Authors
A study on the factor in a view of mathematical learning
Kim, Sang-Lyong;
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 Abstract
This study investigates significant factors in mathematical learning and examines the inter-grade and gender-based differences of elementary students. Five factors that are counted to affect the view of mathematical learning are (1) confidence, (2) utility, (3) aversion, (4) practical ability, and (5) traditional view of mathematical learning. The factor analyses on third graders and sixth graders each illustrate the features of inter-grade factors. The result also indicates that the factors may vary depending on the traits and circumstances of students surveyed. Third graders are more likely to be positive compared to sixth graders in terms of confidence and practical ability, which calls for implementing 'doing mathematics' and reinforcing the method of mathematical learning in the general educational field.
 Keywords
Aversion;confidence;factor analysis;practical ability;traditional view of mathematical learning;utility;view of mathematical learning;
 Language
Korean
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