The Penetration of Mathematical Culture in Teaching Mathematics

Hongyi LI, Di ZHAO

Abstract


Mathematical literacy constitutes an indispensable part of mathematical education. In order to prompt students' ability of solving problems, mathematical educators should take the responsibility to impart mathematical culture to students, guide them to grasp the mathematical thoughts and spirit, and provide corresponding practices. The reason lies on that one can extract the mathematical spirit and thinking patterns from such mathematic culture, which will benefit him throughout his life, even if he has forgotten mathematical concepts and corresponding properties.

Keywords


Mathematical teaching; Reform of mathematical education; Teaching method; Mathematical culture

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.sms.1923845220130602.784

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