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A Study of Primary Students ’ Problem - finding and Problem - posingin Mathematics Learning

Zixi Zhao

Abstract


Mathematics curriculum standard of compulsory education clearly points out that primary school mathematics education should focus on the improvement of students’ ability to find and put forward problems, which directly affects the development of students’ innovation ability. Students’ problem-finding and problem-posing can play an important role in classroom generation resources, realize effective interaction between teachers and students, and continuously improve and optimize the effect of students’ autonomous learning. The mode of teachers’ raising questions, students’ answering questions is the dominant mode of traditional teaching mode. Many students find it difficult to ask effective questions or the content of the questions is superficial. It is the only way to provide more opportunities for students to ask questions and realize students’ autonomous learning, which is the development of mathematics teaching and the improvement of students’ mathematics literacy. Learning from thinking, thinking from doubt, stimulate students to think and try to solve problems can realize the sustainable development of teaching “problem-finding and problem-posing” plays a fundamental role in the process of mathematics teaching. This study focuses on problem-finding and problem-posing in the process of primary school students’ mathematics learning.

Keywords


Primary School Mathematics; Problem-finding; Problem-posing;Mathematics Learning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v5i5.3701

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