Experience in training specialists with mathematical computer modeling skills, taking into account the needs of the modern labor market
Keywords:mathematical competence, STEM education, computer modeling, IBME, labor market
Today in most countries there is a lack of qualifications in areas, which require specialists with mathematical competencies, despite the high unemployment rate in many countries. At the same time, it is generally recognized that most likely those sciences are developing, the fundamental results of which can be formulated mathematically. Using mathematical methods, researchers draw important conclusions that could hardly be obtained otherwise. Digital transformation of all industries requires specialists with a sufficient level of mathematical competence and skills in ICT tools, including computer modeling using the approach called Inquiry-Based Mathematics Education (IBME).
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