Fractions are a fundamental concept in mathematics that often poses challenges for students. Traditional approaches to teaching and learning fractions have been found to be ineffective in developing a deep understanding of this concept. In recent years, the Real approach to studying mathematics has emerged as a promising alternative. This article explores the concept of fractions and examines the benefits of the Real approach in promoting a conceptual understanding of fractions among students. The Real approach emphasizes the use of real-world contexts, problem-solving, and meaningful mathematical experiences to enhance students' comprehension and application of fraction concepts.


Fractions, mathematics education, conceptual understanding, Real approach, real-world contexts, problem-solving, meaningful mathematical experiences, challenges


How to Cite
Tokhtaev Zakirjon Abidovich, Usmonov Isroiljon Mukhtorjon ugli, & Khatamova Durdonakhon Ahadjon kizi. (2024). THE CONCEPT OF FRACTIONS AND THE REAL APPROACH TO STUDYING MATHEMATICS. American Journal of Pedagogical and Educational Research, 24, 30–34. Retrieved from https://americanjournal.org/index.php/ajper/article/view/2079

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