THE DEVELOPMENT OF WRITTEN COMMUNICATION TRANSVERSAL COMPETENCY IN THE EDUCATION IN MATHEMATICS FOR GRADES 1-4

Authors

  • Maria Temnikova Trakia University, Bulgaria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.12955/pss.v1.78

Keywords:

communicational transversal competency, methodology system of work

Abstract

Communicational transversal competency represents an important part of the mathematical knowledge, skills and competencies in the process of   students’ development in Grade 1-4.

The creation and formation of communicational transversal competency helps to put students into an active cognitive position in the course of pedagogical interactions in mathematics classes. Further, creation of communicational transversal competencies develops not only students’ analytic – synthetic activity during the process of solving different types of mathematical tasks but also their creative thinking.

This longitudinal research presents some theoretical concepts related to the transversal communicational competency and to its development during the educational process in mathematics in Grade 1-4.

During this empirical study a completely new methodology system of work was developed with the purpose to facilitate development of mathematical knowledge, skills and competencies including the communicational transversal competency. The new system was tested and applied during the compulsory, additional and extended classes in mathematics in Grade 1-4 and consequently was improved after the performance of entry and intermediate diagnostic. Also, this article presents some of the mathematical tasks included in the tests.

The researcher studied the objectiveness, the validity and the reliability of the diagnostic tools developed for the purpose as well as the tasks included in the tests in respect of their difficulty and separating force. 

The presented results of the experimental work were processed using mathematics-statistics methods.

Author Biography

Maria Temnikova, Trakia University, Bulgaria

Trakia University, Faculty of Education, Stara Zagora, Bulgaria

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Published

2020-11-16

How to Cite

Temnikova, M. . (2020). THE DEVELOPMENT OF WRITTEN COMMUNICATION TRANSVERSAL COMPETENCY IN THE EDUCATION IN MATHEMATICS FOR GRADES 1-4 . Proceedings of CBU in Social Sciences, 1, 232-237. https://doi.org/10.12955/pss.v1.78