
06617788
j
2016e.00108
Kapustina, Tatjana V.
Popyrin, Aleksandr V.
Savina, Lyubov N.
Computer support of interdisciplinary communication of analytic geometry and algebra.
Math. Educ. (Ank.) 10, No. 3, 177187 (2015).
2015
International Society of Educational Research (iSER), Ankara
EN
B40
D35
G75
H65
tertiary education
analytical geometry
algebra
interdisciplinary approach
intersubject relations
interdisciplinary connections
innovation
research
didactics of mathematics
teaching
mathematical software
mathematics and computers
linear algebra
simultaneous linear equations
vector algebra
orthogonality
complex numbers
vector product
square forms
applications of mathematics to mathematics
doi:10.12973/mathedu.2015.113a
Summary: The relevance of the research is due to the modernization of higher mathematical education in Russia, which led to a significant change in the curriculum and the need to establish new relationships of disciplines. The aim of the article is to find ways to solve the problem of the interdisciplinary connections in the teaching of present course ``Analytical geometry" and ``Algebra" in higher education. The leading method of the study of this problem is the methodical analysis and subsequent synthesis, which allows, having analyzed the didactic content of the ``Analytical Geometry" and ``Algebra" courses, to identify the necessary interdisciplinary communication between them and find ways to implement them through the use of modern educational technologies. It is proved that one of the instruments for implementing these methods is a computer, in particular systems of computer mathematics (Maple, Mathematica). Article submissions may be useful to teachers of mathematical disciplines of higher education institutions.