Intuition and Research: Are They Compatible?
Teaching Children Mathematics Volume 8, Number 6, ISSN 1073-5836
Describes a situation resulting from a research study on the use of Web-based manipulatives differed from the intuition of teachers. Discusses the reactions of the teachers who participated in the study and offers suggestions on what to do when research results differ from intuition. (KHR)
Dorward, J. (2002). Intuition and Research: Are They Compatible?. Teaching Children Mathematics, 8(6), 329.
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