Should the role of the mathematics instructor be the hands-off facilitator who guides students to discover knowledge without interjecting factual input or that of the subject matter expert who directly presents factual information to students? Why? Under what circumstances might the role that you did not select prevail? Why?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 17, 2018, 12:19 pm ad1c9bdddf
i) Mathematics instructors who are hands-off facilitators who guides students to discover knowledge without interjecting facts may seem to trend in teaching in our current society.
ii) Studies have investigated students who learn math in classrooms and outside classroom and found that students who learn outside the classroom, in the natural environment develop and apply their complex math skills better. This "street math" is learned informally , and under guidance from others not direct factual input from ...
The hands-off approach is investigated as to how effective and enjoyable a method of teaching it is for both students and teachers. 311 words + references.
Create a business solution based on statistical methods
THIS SOLUTION NEEDS TO HAVE SOLUTIONS THAT FOCUS ON RESEARCGH & STATISTIC CONCEPTS THAT WOULD BETTER DEVELOP THE ORGANIZATION. IT SHOULD CONTAIN A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEMS THAT THE COMPANY IS HAVING TO HELP RESOLVE THE ISSUES! HOPE THAT MAKES SENSE.
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Here are just some of the questions I need help with. I have attached the scenario that these answers are to be based upon. Thank you VERY much. It is GREATLY appreciated!
1. Issue and Opportunity Identification
- Explain the most important past events that led to the issues and opportunities that the organization is having.
2. Stakeholder Perspectives/Ethical Dilemmas
- Identify the various stakeholders and their interests, rights, and values within the organization.
3. Problem Statement
- Think about what the organization aspires to be and the range of opportunities it must seize to achieve that vision
4. End-State Vision
- Implement measures to prevent the problem from happening again
5. Alternative Solutions
- Research problem statement to formulate alternative solutions to meet the end-state goals.
6. Analysis of Alternative Solutions
7. Risk Assessment and Mitigation Techniques
- Examine the probabilities and consequences of negative outcomes or risks associated with the two or three remaining alternative solutions.
8. Optimal Solution
- Describe what your solution looks like and describing how it will help achieve its vision
9. Implementation Plan
- Explain how to implement your new plan.
10. Evaluation of Results
- Detail how you will measure your proposal's success against the end-state goals.