Posted by: Alexandre Borovik | November 30, 2008


In a recent  Russian paper on mathematical education, I have encountered a freshly coined term which can be translated into English as problemacity. It is the level of saturation of teaching material with accessible, interesting, thought-provoking, developmental problems.

The core failures of science education in Britain can be succintly summarised as its low problemacity.

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