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MATHS: SYNAPSES MULTIPLIER

Logical reasoning and spatial comprehension

Each new learning modifies our cognitive structure. The logical-mathematical intelligence is the ability of formal reasoning needed to solve problems related to numbers and the relationships that can be established between them, as well as to think following the rules of logic, for example when detecting mathematical patterns in series, solve mental calculation operations or respond to geometry exercises.

Being gifted to a greater or lesser degree of logical-mathematical intelligence allows us to recognize and predict the causal connections between things that happen, detect regularities among them, reasoning logically and connecting our thinking with that of others and therefore think more coherently.

Mathematics is the poetry of logic.

- Albert Einstein

The imagery method provides a more complete and coherent vision of all the curriculum subjects and of the knowledge that the student is acquiring. Thanks to this support, the necessary skills are generated so that learning is fluid and, above all, desired. Confidence in oneself and in our abilities is essential to face the school day to day with serenity and optimism, with desire to discover new things with a perceptive mind.

Practice is needed to develop mathematical reasoning, facing tasks that force you to use this kind of intelligence, but often, without help, students are frustrated with the first block. That is why it is important to be there promoting perseverance, supervising and guiding him/her to discover on his/her own the solutions to each problem, thus exercising the acquisition of structural mathematical competences.

Mathematics expresses values that reflect the cosmos, including orderliness, balance, harmony, logic, and abstract beauty. —  Deepak Chopra 

It is also important, within the holistic vision of the Imagery School, to provide frames of reference, creating mental maps that help understanding the different areas that mathematics deals with, and visualize each unit of work within its specific area to obtain a more conceptual understanding, beyond procedures.

 

With this aim it is important to detect and attend the different phases of learning in which the student is in every stage, introducing challenges gradually and addressing his/her underdeveloped deficiencies needed to achieve agility as progress is made in the mathematical field, in capacities such as mental calculation or spatial reasoning,

It is also important, within the holistic vision of the Imagery School, to provide frames of reference, creating mental maps that help understanding the different areas that mathematics deals with, and visualize each unit of work within its specific area to obtain a more conceptual understanding, beyond procedures.

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