The Centre has the responsibility of developing teaching
models, workbooks, textbooks, mathematical games, video, audio
tapes, etc. and conduct workshops on how to effectively use these instructional materials to achieve
the Centre’s mandate. It has the task of achieving the following objectives: -
i. Demystifying the teaching and learning of mathematics at all levels of education.
ii. Disabusing the fallacy that mathematics is abstract.
iii. Making mathematics practical and real
iv. training teachers on new innovations
v. Introduces students’ games and how to play the games
vi. In an effort to further demystify mathematics, mathematics laboratories were
introduced where students perform experiments to make mathematics real to them.
vii. Mathematics Kits were introduced
into the laboratories to further make the subject real and familiar.
viii. Reducing tension and boredom;
ix. Review of variety of mathematical skills to reinforce
x. Generation of interest and excitement about learning mathematics,
xi. Improvement of study habit, and
xii. The development of positive attitudes toward mathematics.