Educational neuromyths are simplifications, misunderstandings, or misinterpretations of scientific findings about the brain that have been used to describe specific learning and teaching processes.
Before considering what kind of mathematics we want our students to learn, perhaps we should ask ourselves what mathematics really is in the first place.
Does teaching mathematics mean that our students are going to learn mathematics?
STEM education promotes the integration and development of scientific and technical subjects in a single interdisciplinary framework. It proposes a didactic approach that aims to ensure the transversality of the teaching-learning process through disciplines that are considered essential for the integral development of individuals in the current local and global context: that is, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.