Mathematics is the oldest science, born in the dawn of human civilization under the influence of growing practical, social, scientific and technological needs.
The logical-historical study of the development of Mathematics shows that it defines a harmonious logical-abstract system capable of integrating the set of scientific-technological systems defined by other sciences (natural, technical, social). Mathematics has to do with two central issues that legitimize their presence in the curricula and therefore their study: First, the function that mathematics in the explanation of reality, for which humanity in the object of social appropriation and cultural reproduction within the framework of specialized institutions and, second, the specific nature of their study.
The skills and abilities to be developed in Mathematics are distributed in three domains of human activity: life in society, productive activity and subjective experience. Why the scientific community (Mathematicians, Psychologists, Pedagogues and Mathematical Educators, etc.) is faced with complex questions: For whom do you teach mathematics? What Mathematics Teach? How to teach Mathematics? How to learn Mathematics?
Marieta Del Jesús Azúa Menéndez
Miguel Alfredo Fienco Jalca
Nelson Enrique Villacreses Figueroa
Jorge Willian Castro Guerra
Ángel Leonardo Pin Pin
Douglas Wladimir Barcia Jalca