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Development of Creative Competence Through Geometric Tasks

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Geometry was not taught with creativity and diverse thinking in the past, especially in primary school. Students were simply given theorems and axioms based on geometric figures and were not allowed to discover them for themselves, resulting in the deductiveness of geometry not being invented. Because geometry was presented as a body of information that had to be acquired by rote in most situations, this not only hindered students' ability to understand geometric concepts, but also created a negative attitude toward geometry among students and teachers.


Creative Thinking
Elementary Objects
Drawing-Writing Process
Alternative Definitions
Concept Image
Communication in Mathematics


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Toshboeva, N. . (2021). Development of Creative Competence Through Geometric Tasks. "ONLINE - CONFERENCES&Quot; PLATFORM, 56–61. Retrieved from http://papers.online-conferences.com/index.php/titfl/article/view/587
  • Submitted
    22 November 2021
  • Revised
    22 November 2021
  • Published
    22 November 2021