TEACHING SPATIAL GEOMETRY IN GRADE 12 TOWARD STEM ORIENTED EDUCATION
Keywords:STEM, STEM education orientation, teaching STEM, spatial geometry, teaching math
STEM education is aimed at developing students' capabilities, equipping them with knowledge and application of that knowledge in practice, as well as necessary skills in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. The article presents the concept of STEM education, forms of STEM teaching, and proposes the process of teaching a lesson on spatial geometry content in the Geometry 12 program according to the STEM approach. Findings showed that students were able to master the knowledge, answer the questions posed by the teacher, actively participate in activities and develop the desired learning competencies, especially the ability to practice product creation, and use the language in presenting the product report made by the team.
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