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Math Anxiety Across All Majors 2.0
by McCarroll, Janet, M.A., Saint Mary's College of California, 2021, 70; 28261496
Abstract (Summary)

The project was about math anxiety in university students and how it affects non-STEM major students, in particular. Its purpose included creating a professional development workshop for STEM professors so that non-STEM major students can be supported in math courses. Non-STEM major students were identified to face the issue of math anxiety, which affects their academic careers significantly. Therefore, in terms of rationale, an attempt was made to design such a workshop for STEM professors so that they can support non-STEM major students to overcome the issue and thereby obtain better career prospects in the future. The application presented entailed a 4-week program with distinct sessions designed for STEM professors to provide active support to non-STEM major students who take math courses in their studies. Some counseling theories were also suggested in the workshop for the STEM professors for generating positive results on behalf of such students.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Thomas, Suzy
Commitee:
School: Saint Mary's College of California
Department: School of Education
School Location: United States -- California
Source: MAI 82/7(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Counseling Psychology, Mathematics education, Teacher education, Higher education, Educational administration, Educational leadership, School counseling
Keywords: Math anxiety, University students, Non-STEM majors, Professional development workshop, STEM professors, Academic career support, Student support
Publication Number: 28261496
ISBN: 9798569919819
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