Preparatory group – possibility for implementing the principle of continuity in the education process in mathematics between kindergaten and primary school stage
Maria Atanasova Bozukova
Abstract. The new century is very different. On the basis of interdependence, humanity has a unique opportunity for industrial modernization, alongside the dynamics of technology and communication development, information entropy, the volcanic eruption of visual and sound culture. This necessitates modernization in the education system /digital competences, transversal skills and good continuity between different stages of education /, triggered by intense changes in technology and the way of life of modern children. In kindergarten and primary education, the foundations for developmental learning are laid, where knowledge and skills in mathematics education are to be acquired and communicated that are applicable in everyday life.
Key words: modernization, technologies, educational system, continuity, mathematics, skills, competencies [in Bulgarian]
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Maria Atanasova Bozukova, PhD student
Faculty of Education
Trakia University – Stara Zagora, Bulgaria
Doctoral student in Mathematics Teaching Methodology
Department: „Preschool and elementary school pedagogy”