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History of mathematics and teaching mathematics
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The main goal of this paper is to investigate the teachers' beliefs and attitudes about possibilities of using history of mathematics in their practice and suggest possible ways of how to include and use the history of Mathematics in mathematics classrooms.
Mihailo Petrović Alas' contribution to development of interest for mathematics
Apart from his great creative work in mathematical science, Mihailo Petrovic Alas, one of the greatest Serbian mathematicians, managed to write several works of methodological character which were
How the old Slavs (Serbs) wrote numbers
Traces of old Slav literacy date back to the second half of the ninth century. The first missionaries among the Slavs were the educators and monks, brothers Cyril (827–869) and Methodius (?–885), who
Standards of students' achievements functioning in efficient differentiated mathematics teaching
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This paper is devoted to aspects of functional using of standards of students' achievements in organising efficient differentiated Mathematics teaching and the influence of standards on the success of students in initial Mathematics teaching.
Multiplying multi-digital numbers without multiplication table
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The aim of this paper is to show a very simple way to multiply without using multiplication tables and greatly shorten the time multiplication.
The oldest Russian (Slav) mathematical manuscript, work of Monk Kirk
The oldest preserved mathematical work in Russian was written by the monk of Antonije Monastery in Novograd Kirk. There are four units in the manuscript and twenty-seven paragraphs. There are
Conceptualization of natural numbers and methodological implications
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A theoretical approach for the conceptualization of natural numbers is presented on which a methodological approach to introduction of naturalNumbers in class teaching will be directly based.
Artificial intelligence in programmed teaching and learning
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Branched programme makes possible individualization of teaching and learning process using educational software and independent thinking of pupil and his abilities are revieled more intensively.
AMAZING ARCHIMEDES NUMBER 22/7
The first mathematician in Ancient Greece who did not understand mathematics in an idealized way, but was occupied with counting and applications (logistics) was Archimedes. The aim of our work is to
STAVOVI UČITELjA O KORELACIJI POČETNE NASTAVE MATEMATIKE I FIZIČKOG VASPITANjA
By correlating the initial teaching of mathematics and physical education, students can be adequately motivated and prepared for classes and thus penetrate deeper into the essence of the content that
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