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Formation of Mathematical Concepts Based on the Holistic Approach. Pp. 129–132.

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Section: Pedagogics. Psychology




Soldaeva Mariya Vladimirovna Postgraduate Student, Faculty of Mathematics, The Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia; School No. 495 of the Moscow District of St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg, Russia)


The article examines the holistic approach (philosophical, psychological, pedagogical and historical aspects) to teaching of mathematics. A concept has to be developed in correlation with its volume and content and taking into account the scope and content of compatible concepts (subordinate or partially overlapping). The levels of implementation of the holistic approach to the formation of mathematical concepts are presented.


holistic approach, concept formation, volume and content of the concept.

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