For decades it has been accepted that boys are naturally better at math than girls. However, as we come to better understand nature and nurture along with today’s advanced brain scanning instruments, this assumption is being challenged by many in the academic community. What do you think – is this gender difference because of nature, nurture, or a combination of the two?Before entering into this discussion conduct a web search with the following terms: gender AND mathematics.In this week’s discussion, based on what you found in your research, answer the following questions:Are the gender differences in mathematics because of nature, nurture, or a combination of the two? (Make sure to support your conclusion with your research)What have been the effects of this unchallenged assumption?Can anything be done to equalize gender performance in mathematics? If so, what strategy do you propose?
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