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¿Cómo modelizan los futuros profesores en situaciones de área y perímetro? El papel de las unidades y de las fórmulas

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Montejo-Gámez, J.; Fernández-Ahumada, E.; Adamuz-Povedano, N. (2019). ¿Cómo modelizan los futuros profesores en situaciones de área y perímetro? El papel de las unidades y de las fórmulas. Modelling in Science Education and Learning. 12(1):5-20. https://doi.org/10.4995/msel.2019.11001

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Title: ¿Cómo modelizan los futuros profesores en situaciones de área y perímetro? El papel de las unidades y de las fórmulas
Secondary Title: How do future teachers model area and perimeter situations? The role of units and formulae
Author: Montejo-Gámez, Jesús Fernández-Ahumada, Elvira Adamuz-Povedano, Natividad
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Abstract:
[EN] This study explores those skills associated with modeling that preservice primary and secondary teachers develop when working with measure. The sample was made up of a total of 12 master's degree students and 13 primary ...[+]


[ES] Se presenta una investigación que explora el tipo de modelo que los futuros profesores de educación primaria y secundaria desarrollan cuando trabajan en situaciones de medida. La muestra empleada estuvo compuesta por ...[+]
Subjects: Formación de profesorado , Modelización matemática , Análisis de modelos , Medida , Teachers Training , Mathematical Modelling , Analysis of Models , Measurement
Copyrigths: Reconocimiento - No comercial (by-nc)
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Modelling in Science Education and Learning. (eissn: 1988-3145 )
DOI: 10.4995/msel.2019.11001
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Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.4995/msel.2019.11001
Type: Artículo

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