Applying of teaching materials in teaching maths at primary school - gender aspect

Róbert Osaďan, Eva Severini, Veronika Valkóová

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The scientific study brings knowledge about teaching materials for teaching mathematics at the first level of primary school. It also focuses on the issue of gender and its manifestations on mathematics' lessons in primary
school. Our research examined the manifestations of gender, gender stereotypes, gender-based interactions between teachers and pupils in the application of teaching materials to teaching mathematics at primary school through qualitative methodology. The research tool used is observation. The research was carried out within the grant APVV-015-3787 Optimization of teaching materials from mathematics based on the analysis of current needs and abilities of pupils of younger school age.


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