# MTH 215 Week 1 Dealing With Math Anxiety R3.2

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MTH 215 Week 1 Dealing With Math Anxiety R3.2

This is a two-part Learning Activity to help us understand how you feel about your past experiences with mathematics and how you think mathematics can be a part of your life. Please read Dealing With Math Anxiety, which is attached. You may also want to refer to the Math Anxiety link on the Center for Mathematics Excellence homepage. It leads you to some good information.

Math Anxiety

Part I − After reading the attachment, use your personal experience to complete each of the following statements. Your response to each of the six statements should be 150-200 words in length.

When I think of math I …

My high school math teacher thought I was …

The thing I remember most about my last math class was …

Studying math is useful for …

The students who were good at math …

One of the things I never understood about math was …

Part II—After readingthe attachment, respond to the following question. Your response should be 150-200 words in length and related to your personal situation.

What single suggestion for dealing with math anxiety do you think is most useful for you? Discuss why and how you plan to implement it.

https://plus.google.com/u/0/108200033792883877670/posts/dWT4sDYbQKM

MTH 215 Week 1 Dealing With Math Anxiety R3.2

This is a two-part Learning Activity to help us understand how you feel about your past experiences with mathematics and how you think mathematics can be a part of your life. Please read Dealing With Math Anxiety, which is attached. You may also want to refer to the Math Anxiety link on the Center for Mathematics Excellence homepage. It leads you to some good information.

Math Anxiety

Part I − After reading the attachment, use your personal experience to complete each of the following statements. Your response to each of the six statements should be 150-200 words in length.

When I think of math I …

My high school math teacher thought I was …

The thing I remember most about my last math class was …

Studying math is useful for …

The students who were good at math …

One of the things I never understood about math was …

Part II—After readingthe attachment, respond to the following question. Your response should be 150-200 words in length and related to your personal situation.

What single suggestion for dealing with math anxiety do you think is most useful for you? Discuss why and how you plan to implement it.

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