Mubariz Asadov Khasay oglu - Associate Professor, Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University, Department of Methods of mathematics and its teaching. E-mail: [email protected]

Keywords: training, integration, mathematical problem, the number of functional dependence


As a result of reforms in the education system of the Republic of Azerbaijan, new approaches to teaching mathematics in high school courses are needed. One of the factors contributing to the improvement of the quality of mathematical education can be considered interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary integration. Thus, mathematical expressions, inequalities, formulas learned in mathematics are somehow related to solving practical problems in real life. Interdisciplinary integration plays an important role in teaching students practical and applied issues. The purpose of this article is to explore the possibilities of interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary integration in problem solving training. The article discusses local and international studies on this topic. At the same time, the results were compared with the existing problem in the existing mathematical textbooks of the Republic of Azerbaijan. The role of mathematics in the development of knowledge and skills of students as individuals is indispensable. Continuous reforms in the education system of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the use of modern technologies in education require different approaches to the learning process. Mathematics plays an important role in the practical activities of students. The importance, goals and objectives of mathematics as a main subject are related to:
- mathematics is an indispensable tool for mental development;
- mathematics is an important tool in the formation of personal qualities;
- mathematics is directly related to most modern specialties;
- mathematics and modern human life are completely similar to the "organism";
- Mathematics is an integral part of world culture.
The assimilation of theoretical and practical materials in mathematics in high school occurs mainly by solving problems.


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