10. SCIENTIFIC BASIS AND SOME MEASURES  TO IMPLEMENT MATH EDUCATION ASSOCIATED WITH PRACTICALITY

10. SCIENTIFIC BASIS AND SOME MEASURES TO IMPLEMENT MATH EDUCATION ASSOCIATED WITH PRACTICALITY

 03:34 09/05/2019

Abstract: Math education associated with practicality is an important requirement in comprehensive innovation in teaching mathematics towards developing learners’ ability. The paper explores the scientific basis, proposing a measure to implement mathematical education linked to practicality and illustrate via a number of math teaching situations in high school.
Keywords: Mathematics, practicality, math education, students, teachers.

3. EPISTEMOLOGICAL PARALLELS  BETWEEN SCHOOL-MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS

3. EPISTEMOLOGICAL PARALLELS BETWEEN SCHOOL-MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS

 03:26 09/05/2019

Abstract: What is mathematics? This question is answered very differently. This article shows that school mathematics has epistemological differences to modern university mathematics. One important difference is that school mathematics is ontologically bound to reality whereas modern mathematics has detached itself from it. Due to this empirical character, school mathematics can be described as a quasi-natural science. The article discusses epistemological parallels to physics and the possibilities for collaboration between mathematics and physics education research.
Keywords: Interdisciplinarity, Mathematics, Epistemology, Nature of science, Teacher Training.

12. IMPROVING THE APPLICATION OF MATHEMATICS TO REALITY IN TEACHING AT PRIMARY SCHOOL

12. IMPROVING THE APPLICATION OF MATHEMATICS TO REALITY IN TEACHING AT PRIMARY SCHOOL

 04:12 10/10/2017

Abstract: Mathematics is a practical subject, thus application of math to reality is an important goal of teaching at schools. For the time being, however, teaching mathematics at schools in Vietnam is still more theoretical. Additionally, many teachers are struggling in finding out methods of teaching that apply mathematics to the reality or catching pedagogical perspectives on developing practical mathematics problems. This article suggests some methods to design lessons towards application with aim to improve quality of teaching mathematics at primary schools.
Keywords: Mathematics, reality, primary school.

05. Situation of skills of problem solving of children aged 5 to 6 in familiarising with mathematics

05. Situation of skills of problem solving of children aged 5 to 6 in familiarising with mathematics

 04:26 08/10/2017

Abstract: Developing problem-solving skills for children aged 5 to 6 is an important task of kindergartens. These skills can be improved through learning activities to familiarise with mathematics. The article analyses situation of developing problem solving skills for kindergarteners aged 5 to 6. The results of the research show that efficiency of learning activities to promote skills of problem solving for kindergarteners through familiarising with mathematics has not met the requirements of society, although the teaching staff awares fully importance of developing these skills. Therefore, it is necessary to further studies to find out solutions to improve problem solving skills for students aged 5 to 6.
Keywords: Problem solving skills, mathematics, familiarisation, kindergarten aged 5 to 6.

12. TRAINING SKILLS OF COMBINING COOPERATIVE LEARNING WITH PROBLEM SOLVING IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS FOR STUDENTS MAJORING IN PRIMARY EDUCATION

12. TRAINING SKILLS OF COMBINING COOPERATIVE LEARNING WITH PROBLEM SOLVING IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS FOR STUDENTS MAJORING IN PRIMARY EDUCATION

 04:20 20/09/2017

Abstract: Building and developing competence of teaching is required in training teachers at pedagogical universitites, particularly skills of combining methods of teaching. In this article, author concentrates on training skills of combining cooperative learning with problem solving in teaching mathematics for students majoring in primary education. Through cooperative learning, students must work in groups to complete tasks collectively towards academic goals through capitalizing resources and skills. Furthermore, the teacher's role changes from giving information to facilitating students' learning.
Keywords: Cooperative teaching, teaching of problem solving, primary education, mathematics.

13. INTERGRATING MATHEMATICS, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY: SOME TOPICS FOR TEACHING

13. INTERGRATING MATHEMATICS, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY: SOME TOPICS FOR TEACHING

 06:31 19/09/2017

Integrated teaching is essential in the process of teaching and learning mathematics because it can help students to apply integrated skills to solve many problems in real life. The subject Mathematics has a close relationship with two others subjects, Chemistry and Biology. Many problems in science and real life can be solved if we know how to incorporate flexibly knowledge of these three subjects. In this paper, we mention to the concept, the aims of integrated teaching, and the process of constructing and organizing integrated teaching. Additionally, we introduce some examples of applying integrated teaching to the three subjects: Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology.
Keywords:Integrated teaching, real life problems, mathematics, chemistry, biology.

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