Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology
Mathematics instruction from STEM education perspective: “The whole is more than the sum of the parts”
Şahin Danişman 1 *
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1 Department of Mathematics Education, Düzce University, Turkey
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Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology, 2019 - Volume 1 Issue 1, pp. 45-49

Article Type: Review

Published Online: 20 May 2019

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ABSTRACT
This paper aims to put forth the importance of mathematics in STEM education and to put a point of view for mathematics instruction. The importance of mathematics for other STEM disciplines has been described after the STEM education; its components and its importance for 20th century have been discussed. In conclusion, mathematical modeling, problem- and project-based learning should be used during instruction to help our students have a creative thinking problem solving skills and teachers should have a wide perspective and skill to be able to integrate all these disciplines in their classrooms.
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Reference: Danişman, Ş. (2019). Mathematics instruction from STEM education perspective: “The whole is more than the sum of the parts”. Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology, 1(1), 45-49.
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Reference: Danişman Ş. Mathematics instruction from STEM education perspective: “The whole is more than the sum of the parts”. Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology. 2019;1(1), 45-49.
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Reference: Danişman Ş. Mathematics instruction from STEM education perspective: “The whole is more than the sum of the parts”. Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology. 2019;1(1):45-9.
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Reference: Danişman, Şahin. "Mathematics instruction from STEM education perspective: “The whole is more than the sum of the parts”". Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology 2019 1 no. 1 (2019): 45-49.
In-text citation: (Danişman, 2019)
Reference: Danişman, Ş. (2019). Mathematics instruction from STEM education perspective: “The whole is more than the sum of the parts”. Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology, 1(1), pp. 45-49.
In-text citation: (Danişman, 2019)
Reference: Danişman, Şahin "Mathematics instruction from STEM education perspective: “The whole is more than the sum of the parts”". Journal of Pedagogical Sociology and Psychology, vol. 1, no. 1, 2019, pp. 45-49.
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