Dynamic geometry, implication and abduction: a case study

In this paper we illustrate the role of dynamic geometry as an environment that propitiates the use of empirical explorations to favor learning to prove. This is possible thanks to abductive processes, related to the establishment of implications that university students of a plane geometry course c...

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Autores Principales: Samper, Carmen, Camargo, Leonor, Perry, Patricia, Molina, Óscar
Otros Autores: Tso, T.Y.
Formato: Objeto de conferencia (Conference Object)
Lenguaje:Inglés (English)
Publicado: 2020
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Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/1992/32057
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spelling ir-1992-320572020-07-08T18:26:26Z Dynamic geometry, implication and abduction: a case study Samper, Carmen Camargo, Leonor Perry, Patricia Molina, Óscar Tso, T.Y. Geometría (matemáticas superiores) Razonamiento Estudio de casos Software In this paper we illustrate the role of dynamic geometry as an environment that propitiates the use of empirical explorations to favor learning to prove. This is possible thanks to abductive processes, related to the establishment of implications that university students of a plane geometry course carry out when, supported by a dynamic geometry program, they solve a problem in which they must discover a geometric fact, formulate a conjecture and prove it. 2020-06-01T16:01:36Z 2020-06-01T16:01:36Z 2012 conferenceObject publishedVersion Samper, Carmen; Camargo, Leonor; Perry, Patricia; Molina, Óscar (2012). Dynamic geometry, implication and abduction: a case study. En Tso, T.Y. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 36th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Educatio http://hdl.handle.net/1992/32057 http://funes.uniandes.edu.co/2052/ eng Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 2.5 Generic https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/ openAccess application/pdf Taipei, Taiwan instname:Universidad de los Andes reponame:Repositorio Institucional Séneca
institution Universidad de los Andes
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language Inglés (English)
topic Geometría (matemáticas superiores)
Razonamiento
Estudio de casos
Software
spellingShingle Geometría (matemáticas superiores)
Razonamiento
Estudio de casos
Software
Samper, Carmen
Camargo, Leonor
Perry, Patricia
Molina, Óscar
Dynamic geometry, implication and abduction: a case study
description In this paper we illustrate the role of dynamic geometry as an environment that propitiates the use of empirical explorations to favor learning to prove. This is possible thanks to abductive processes, related to the establishment of implications that university students of a plane geometry course carry out when, supported by a dynamic geometry program, they solve a problem in which they must discover a geometric fact, formulate a conjecture and prove it.
author2 Tso, T.Y.
author_facet Tso, T.Y.
Samper, Carmen
Camargo, Leonor
Perry, Patricia
Molina, Óscar
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Camargo, Leonor
Perry, Patricia
Molina, Óscar
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title Dynamic geometry, implication and abduction: a case study
title_short Dynamic geometry, implication and abduction: a case study
title_full Dynamic geometry, implication and abduction: a case study
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