I have noticed something, the way I ask Questions or Answer Questions, they are well received in "Mathematics Educators" but are downvoted in "Mathematics" group. So I was wondering is there a difference in the way "Practitioners" look at Math vs. the way "Educators" look at Math? I know while Educators try to make it more connected to Life, easy to understand, Practitioners maybe try to Abstract it towards Purity. Is it a known thing, have you noticed this difference. I am Learning to Teach and thought this might be important...
the way I ask Questions or Answer Questions, they are well received in "Mathematics Educators" but are downvoted in "Mathematics" group.
I do not believe your experience is because of a difference between mathematicians (whether pure or applied) and mathematics educators. I believe it is because of a difference in the "Mathematics Stack Exchange" (MSE) and "Mathematics Educators Stack Exchange" (MESE) communities.
MSE started around 2010; MESE started around 2014. MSE has around 760,000+ registered users; MESE has around 12,000+.
MSE is an older and larger site. One major problem it has is the low quality of contributions (especially from those looking for quick answers to their homework). So the main concern of some MSE users is improving site quality.
MESE is not even out of public beta. One major problem it has is the low quantity of contributions. (Practically no one goes to MESE for quick answers to their homework.) So the main concern of some MESE users is attracting more users.