The activity-based teaching method allows for full-fledged math activities. They cover all course sections, including acquiring, transforming, and using new knowledge. They span all three stages of math modeling. These stages are:
The stage of mathematizing reality is constructing a mathematical model of a certain fragment of reality.
The stage of studying the mathematical model, that is, constructing a mathematical theory that describes the properties of the constructed model.
The stage of applying the obtained results to the real world.
Building math models helps students apply math to real-world objects and processes. They also learn to explain causes and assess relationships.
When studying models, they grasp math concepts, logical thinking, and problem-solving. They solve equations, identify properties, draw data, and apply algorithms.
Next, they use their skills to solve real-world problems. This involves practicing math operations, simplifying expressions, and solving word problems. They also learn to recognize shapes and follow and create algorithms. Students work with charts, graphs, and tables to analyze and communicate data.
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