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Now you're in college.It's more like a guidebook than a textbook.And you can buy it now!Or a word person.No more plugging, chugging, and solving for X!So long as people themselves to be disabled in mathematics and do not rise up and confront the social and pedagogical origins of their disabilities, they will be denied "math mental health." Tobias defines this as "the willingness to learn the math you need when.Banishing Math Anxiety will show you how to: Become an active math learner.This appears to not only increase student motivation and improve their attitudes, but it also helps to close the gender gap!(In my opinion this is due to entrenched interests including teachers' unions, textbook publishers, and risk-averse politicians.).Where you'll be dealing with things like pre-employment testing, debt management, and taxes.I found it interesting to read about "math detox" workshops.She sees "math anxiety" as a political issue.Use a graphing calculator, even if you've never seen one before.You love your major, but you have to take math in order to graduate.It's time to banish that math anxiety, once and for all!
While the content of the book is only moderately actionable, it does an excellent job of describing the problems in the teaching of mathematics.