Mathematical Thinking and Intellectual Technologies: The Visual and the Algebraic
For the Learning of Mathematics Volume 20, Number 2, ISSN 0228-0671
Presents a study to describe and understand the thinking processes of students in a computer environment while undertaking mathematical tasks related to the differentiation of functions defined on real numbers. Describes two different approaches, the visual and the algebraic approach, in the thinking processes of calculus students. (Contains 19 references.) (ASK)
Villarreal, M. (2000). Mathematical Thinking and Intellectual Technologies: The Visual and the Algebraic. For the Learning of Mathematics, 20(2), 2-7.
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