Project technologies in a university’s media educational strategy in developing a probabilistic style of thinking for future mathematics teachers
The relevance of this study is determined by the scientific and socio-practical significance of the training of future mathematics teachers. Nowadays, they should not only be professionals in their sphere but also have a high level of media education. Media projects, carried out by students within the framework of media training and integrated into the disciplines of the methodological module, have contributed to the development of knowledge and skills related to the media space. As a result, a probabilistic style of thinking (PST) has appeared that corresponds to the challenges of the time and the scientific paradigm. The research problem consists of developing theoretical and methodological principles and integrative technological mechanisms for the PST of future mathematics teachers. The results of the study experimentally confirm the significance of media projects implementation in educational disciplines for the training of future mathematics teachers. This study contributes to the development of a PST.
This study was funded by RFBR in accordance with the research project № 18-313-20002, entitled “Theoretical and methodical ensuring of the fractal formation and development of a probabilistic style of thinking in the global informatization of education (in the example of teaching mathematics).”
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