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Mathematical Modeling is the Most Important Stage of the Formation of Mathematical Literacy in the Conditions of the Demands of Modern Society

Electronic Means of Support of Education , UDC: 373.5.016:51 DOI: 10.25688/2072-9014.2021.58.4.07

Authors

  • Denischeva Larisa Olegovna PhD (Pedagogy), PhD (Pedagogy)
  • Safuanov Ildar Sufiyanovich Full Professor, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences
  • Semenyachenko Julia Alexandrovna docent, Ph.D (Pedagogy)
  • Ushakov Andrey Vladimirovich Associate Professor, PhD (Physical and Mathematical Sciences)
  • Chugunov Vladimir Arkadyevich Full Professor, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences

Annotation

The article discusses the educational and methodological aspects of the formation of mathematical literacy among students. Examples of practice-oriented tasks aimed at the formation of mathematical literacy are given.

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Denischeva, L. O., Safuanov, I. S., Semenyachenko, J. A., Ushakov, A. V. & Chugunov, V. A. (2021). Mathematical Modeling is the Most Important Stage of the Formation of Mathematical Literacy in the Conditions of the Demands of Modern Society Bulletin of the Moscow City Pedagogical University. Series "Pedagogy and Psychology", 2021, №4 (58), 60. https://doi.org/10.25688/2072-9014.2021.58.4.07
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