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Twenty-First-Century Quantitative Education: Beyond Content


Dingman, S. W., & Madison, B. L. (2011). Twenty-First-Century Quantitative Education: Beyond Content. Peer Review, 13(3), 15.


The article discusses quantitative education for the twenty-first century in the U.S. which involves the promotion of effective quantitative reasoning (QR) in general education sectors of mathematics and science. It mentions the impact of new possibilities on the said education and enhancement of student abilities involving visualization. It notes the influence of the possibilities on the creation and implementation of a QR course taught to arts and humanities students who are mostly quantitatively phobic at the University of Arkansas. It also points out that the course was developed for seven years in a changing technological environment.