Organise mathematical fairs
The word ‘fair’ in Punjabi culture has its own significance. The fair encourages a sense of happiness, excitement and something. The fair, especially for gentle babies taking knowledge of directly and indirectly, is very well aware of some important facts and makes the mind calm.
School students have often heard of fair fairs, Baisakhi fairs, science fairs and have never seen it. But the students of mathematical festivals think differently in a different mood that the mathematical festivals will happen, actually reducing the undeclared scars of the student towards the mathematical fair.
According to common belief, learning and teaching mathematics is considered difficult. Mathematical experts believe that connecting mathematics with daily life and using cleverness, understanding the basic concepts of mathematics and repeating them can yield good results for understanding mathematics. In order to teach mathematics, the teacher often uses mathematical calculations, grits, various figures, examples of daily living, to teach mathematical calculations in his class. By looking at, many brilliant students also find new ways to understand the facts of mathematics and enjoy explaining other students.
As a result students are understood by the group we know with peer learning. Educationists should organise mathematical fairs in which the students will enjoy their resolved mathematical concepts by showing their own experiences with their own efforts in their own language, and directly or indirectly to their fellow students who need to understand the mathematical concepts.
Vijay Garg, Malout Punjab