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The article is devoted to the implementation of interdisciplinary links “computer science — mathematics” in the training of teachers of mathematics and computer science. Interdisciplinary interactions play a significant role in the training of dual-profile teachers. That is why it is necessary to instill in students the skills of interdisciplinary interactions, when one discipline is a tool for solving the problems of another. The use of computer programs allows you to speed up the process of solving applied problems, present the results in a convenient way, up to a video sequence. The use of standard and non-standard programming methods reduces the likelihood of errors associated with the “human factor”. The considered interactions make it possible to form an integrated approach to solving applied problems, contribute to the development of logical thinking among students, motivation to learn, cognitive interest, and key competences of a future mathematics and computer science teacher. To demonstrate the implementation of intersubject interaction “computer science — mathematics”, the paper presents an analysis of a mathematical function in two ways: analytical, using only mathematical tools, and software, in which algorithmic constructs of programming languages are involved to perform the task. The article does not describe the programming environment, since in this case the programming language is not important. Algorithmic approaches based on knowledge of the basics of mathematical concepts and operations are important. The values of a given function at a certain interval of the argument with a given step, points of extremes, inflections and integral are determined. A comparison of the results obtained in two completely different ways shows their identity, which confirms not only the validity of the program approach, but also proves the need for its application in the process of training mathematics and computer science teachers. The article contains fragments of a real course work of a 3rd-year student of the specialty “Pedagogical Education” profile “Mathematics and Computer Science” of the Lipetsk State Pedagogical P. Semenov-Tyan-Shansky University. |

Keywords: |
learning, mathematics, teacher of mathematics,
intersubject interaction, numerical methods, applied problem,
algorithmic thinking, computer science, teacher of computer
science, Lipetsk State Pedagogical P. Semenov-Tyan-Shansky
University |