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TY - CHAP
TI - Introductory Thoughts
AU - Krantz, Steven G.
AB - What is mathematical maturity? How can we identify it? Perhaps more importantly, how can we recognize when it is not there, and then determine to do something about it? These are essential questions for any mathematics teacher, and ones that we must learn together to answer. Mathematical maturity is elusive: We know what it is, but we do not know how to say what it is. It is important that we find explicit ways to describe it, to discuss it, and to come to terms with it. One of our goals is to recognize students who have the potential for
EP - 26
ET - 1
PB - Mathematical Association of America
PY - 2012
SN - 9780883855782
SP - 1
T2 - A Mathematician Comes of Age
UR - http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.4169/j.ctt13x0n4t.5
Y2 - 2021/09/23/
ER -