A comparison between strategies applied by mathematicians and mathematics teachers to solve a problem

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Guerrero-Ortiz, Carolina; Mena-Lorca, Jaime;
(2015)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: [ MATH.MATH-HO ] Mathematics [math]/History and Overview [math.HO] | [MATH.MATH-HO]Mathematics [math]/History and Overview [math.HO] | [SHS.EDU]Humanities and Social Sciences/Education | representations | Modelling | mathematics teachers | paths of modelling | [ SHS.EDU ] Humanities and Social Sciences/Education

International audience; This study analyses the results obtained from comparing the paths shown by expert mathematicians on the one hand and mathematics teachers on the other, when addressing a hypothetical problem that requires the construction of a mathematical model.... View more
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