UNDERSTANDING PATTERNS, QUANTIFYING RELATIONSHIPS, AND PREDICTING THE FUTURE WITH MATHEMATICS IN THE MODERN WORLD: INPUTS TO PEDAGOGICAL INNOVATION
Clarisa Allic, Bernardo Lunar
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The study investigated the effectiveness of teaching mathematics in understanding pattern recognition, quantifying relationships, and predicting the future, with the objective of providing inputs for pedagogical innovation. The study employed a descriptive quantitative design with a sample of 210 learners chosen through random sampling. The results showed that teaching mathematics in the modern world is considered effective in understanding pattern recognition, quantifying relationships, and predicting the future. The findings suggest that educators should integrate pedagogical innovation into their teaching methodologies, ensuring that students acquire the necessary mathematical skills and mindset to thrive in the modern world. Additionally, policymakers, researchers, and professionals in various fields can benefit from the knowledge gained to address complex challenges, make evidence-based decisions, and drive innovation.