Flexible Bundle-numbers Develops Children’s Innate Mastery of Many workshop, YouTube video

Flexible Bundle Numbers Workshop Web, PDF-version

Apparently, we have 2 Mathematics Paradigms, one without Units, and one With Units

• an inside ‘no-unit-math’ paradigm, where 1 plus 2 is 3 always, and

• an outside ‘unit-math’ paradigm, where 1 plus 2 depends on the units

The ‘unit-math’ paradigm builds on the philosophy, EXISTENTIALISM, where EXISTENCE precedes ESSENCE

So, unit-math describes real existence, and neglects institutionalized essence

The outside, ‘unit-math’ paradigm, provides the same mathematics, as the inside, ‘no-unit-math’ paradigm, only in a different order. And, the ‘unit-math’ paradigm, avoids the inside paradigm’s ‘mathema-tism’, with its falsifiable, addition-claims.

So, to become a full science, mathematics should leave, its 1 plus 2 is 3, ‘no-unit-math’ greenhouse, and accept that, of course, numbers cannot add, without units.

It should teach the outside ‘counting-before-adding’, ‘unit-math’, paradigm,

where Numbers and operations are icons, linked directly to existing things, and actions

The Korean Society of Mathematical Education has their yearly conference i mid December.

I had the presentation above, a workshop, and 7 YouTube posters accepted.

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