STEM EDUCATION: why math is so important?
Sean Pereira, Chandrashekar.R.Gajbhiye
STEM (Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Mathematics).
Elementary mathematics was a part of the education system in the most of the ancient civilization. This formal education was only available to male children with sufficiently high status, wealth and caste. But today’s, India’s education system is often cited as one of the main contribution to the economic rise in India. Mathematic education is a form of critical thinking skills in order to prepare a student for modern society. Mathematics is also an interdisciplinary language and tool which helps to represent communicate about and solve problems in many disciplines. Mathematics provides a powerful and universal language related to real life context. A child uses mathematical language when communicating ideas, reasoning thoughts, and finding both orally and in writing. Mathematics creates an individual to possess an all-round development for a better world. Mathematics is said to be the queen of Science.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 6, Issue 2

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