Development of Mathematical skills in students of basic
Keywords:academic performance, development skills, ICTs, mathematical skills, teaching-learning
The objective of the research is to diagnose cognitive abilities in the academic performance of students in Basic Middle School based on learning styles with a constructivist approach in the Cinco de Mayo Fiscomisional Educational Unit in the Basic average period 2022. The results of the research carried out through a diagnostic test are shown, as a way of projecting the national educational dimension in the development of mathematical skills in its various forms. The teaching-learning process presents difficulties that lead to low academic performance.A categorization of topics on knowledge achieved in the block of natural numbers, fractions and statistics was developed. was used as an instrument survey of students natural, fractional and statistical numbers, the qualitative, quantitative and documentary method used, in addition to the inductive and descriptive method. The technique was a structured base test to carry out the analysis and interpretation of the results obtained from the students, on the development of mathematical skills of Basic Media. The diagnosis made resulted in weaknesses in the approach and resolution of exercises that affect academic performance, so there is a need to improve this process through the application of methodological strategies that allow strengthening the teaching-learning process through ICTs.
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