Analyzing Tools: Perspectives on the Role of Designed Artifacts in Mathematics Learning
Journal of the Learning Sciences Volume 11, Number 2, ISSN 1050-8406
Introduces a special issue on the ways in which symbolic tools enable, mediate, and shape mathematical thinking while being themselves a product of these processes. (Author/MM)
Sfard, A. & McClain, K. (2002). Analyzing Tools: Perspectives on the Role of Designed Artifacts in Mathematics Learning. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 11(2), 153.
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Susan Courey & Pam LePage, San Francisco State University, United States; Jose Blackorby, SRI International, United States
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