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The Relationship Between Mathematics Anxiety and Learning Styles of Preservice Mathematics Teachers

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The aim was to determine the relationship between preservice mathematics teachers' mathematics anxiety and their learning styles. The Mathematics Anxiety Scale (MAS; Erktin, Dönmez, & Özel, 2006) was used to determine teacher trainees' mathematics anxiety, while the Marmara Learning Styles Scale (Otrar, 2006) was administered to determine their learning styles. The correlation coefficients indicate significant relationships between preservice teachers' mathematics anxiety levels and their learning styles.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2009-10-01

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