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The study aimed to investigate the Teaching practices for mathematics teachers based on Science, Technology, and Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) in Jordan. Descriptive analytical approach was used through observing the teachers' teaching in accordance with (STEM). The study sample encompassed thirty (30) teachers of mathematics in Zarqa city who were chosen randomly. The study results showed that seven (7) practices and (14) practices were carried out by the teachers moderately and at a lower degree respectively which came in line with (STEM). The results also revealed that there weren't any differences between those practices attributed to qualifications and years of experience variables
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