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Students Studying Students and Reasoning about Reasoning: A Qualitative Analysis

By Salvatore J Petrilli, Grant Clark, Nicholas DeMarco, Jack Esposito, Brianne Giuliano, Sara Greiss, Emily Harris, Alessia Merritts, Kyle Murray, Mateusz Piekut, Brian Seidl, Scott Shannon, Nicole Silva, Christina Sullivan, Brittany Willoughby and Yile Zhou

Abstract

In this work, a faculty member takes a journey along with students as they enhance their understanding of how people solve mathematical problems through a mainly qualitative statistical project. Student authors of this paper registered for a problem solving seminar led by the faculty author, and then created and analyzed self-built assessment tools to explore problem solving techniques. Here we share our findings and recommendations, which we hope will inspire others to explore novel pedagogical techniques in the teaching of mathematical problem solving. We incorporate into our presentation ur voices, reflecting on how we and others solve problems

Topics: mathematics education, problem solving, qualitative statistics, Mathematics, Science and Mathematics Education
Publisher: Scholarship @ Claremont
Year: 2020
OAI identifier: oai:scholarship.claremont.edu:jhm-1547
Provided by: Scholarship@Claremont

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