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CTET Jan 2021 Paper I (Hindi-I/ English-II)

Option 3 : Providing complete solutions to students wrong answers

Mathematics is the study of numbers, shapes, quantities, and patterns. The nature of mathematics is logical and it relies on logic and connects learning with learners' day-to-day life. Mathematics is one of the few subjects that have practical, cultural, and disciplinary value. Mathematics has the potential to range across all three values, but due to the inappropriate teaching-learning process, its potential is not being utilized to its optimum level.

__Important Points__

**Teaching-learning in Mathematics**

- In the process of knowledge generation new experiences, talking to others and reflective thinking could be helpful. Many times learning includes a change in existing conception.
- In mathematics, the assessment is used by the teachers to
**modify their teaching strategies, and learners use it to make changes in their learning strategies.** - The assessment helps teachers to
**appraise the learners to monitor their learning**and guide the instruction at the process and**provide feedback helpful to learners.** - It provides opportunities for learners to develop an ability to evaluate themselves; make judgments about their own performance and make necessary improvements.
- For the development of mathematical concepts, you should ask those questions which test learners’ ideas,
**provide feedback to learners**, contrast learners’ ideas, make learners use evidence to explain ideas, to apply their conceptions to the phenomenon, summarize results, and represent result symbolically.

Hence, we can conclude that **Providing complete solutions to students' wrong answers** is least likely to impact teaching-learning in mathematics because this will not help in logical thinking.