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##### The Use of Different Methodological Approaches to Teaching Mathematics at Secondary Level

**Authors:**
M. Rodionov,
N. Sharapova,
Z. Dedovets

**Abstract:**

The article describes methods of preparation of future teachers that includes the entire diversity of traditional and computer-oriented methodological approaches. The authors reveal how, in the specific educational environment, a teacher can choose the most effective combination of educational technologies based on the nature of the learning task. The key conditions that determine such a choice are that the methodological approach corresponds to the specificity of the problem being solved and that it is also responsive to the individual characteristics of the students. The article refers to the training of students in the proper use of mathematical electronic tools for educational purposes. The preparation of future mathematics teachers should be a step-by-step process, building on specific examples. At the first stage, students optimally solve problems aided by electronic means of teaching. At the second stage, the main emphasis is on modeling lessons. At the third stage, students develop and implement strategies in the study of one of the topics within a school mathematics curriculum. The article also recommended the implementation of this strategy in preparation of future teachers and stated the possible benefits.

**Keywords:**
Education,
Mathematics,
students,
traditional approach,
lesson,
Computer-oriented approach,
future teachers

**Digital Object Identifier (DOI):**
doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3298657

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