Purpose – The purpose of this paper is simplification of some mathematical theories for the needs of school education. Design/methodology/approach – This work is a result of long‐lasting regular observations of extra‐curriculum classes with primary school pupils. This research is based on some maxima given in a paper written by Zvonkin. Findings – This work gives examples of simplified math models that satisfy the claimed concept, accompanied with the set of problems attainable for primary school pupils. Originality/value – This work represents a set of criteria, with the guidance of which, any mathematician would be capable of creating a set of problems that would lead the pupils into the area of his research not as observers, but as participants.
Kybernetes – Emerald Publishing
Published: Oct 18, 2011
Keywords: Cellular automata; Turing machine; Minesweeper; Simplification of mathematical models; Questionnaire; Mathematics; Surveys
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