In mathematics, there is more to address than simply showing students how to solve problems. Mathematics is not only a subject that is fundamentally sound in logic, but it provides a catalyst for exploring and appreciating the nature of other subjects. Consequently, the beauty of learning mathematics is in seeing how profoundly it describes the world we experience. Likewise, learning mathematics allows students to reflect on the complex processes of their thought as a series of interrelated logical steps. Thus, teaching mathematics requires more than providing students with the opportunity to apply concepts to real world situations, it requires the teacher to inspire students to see mathematics in every aspect of the world and better understand the mathematical reasoning of their own thought.
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