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Los videojuegos como objeto de investigación incipiente en Educación Matemática

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Albarracín, L.; Hernández-Sabaté, A.; Gorgorió, N. (2017). Los videojuegos como objeto de investigación incipiente en Educación Matemática. Modelling in Science Education and Learning. 10(1):53-72. doi:10.4995/msel.2017.6081.

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Title: Los videojuegos como objeto de investigación incipiente en Educación Matemática
Secondary Title: Videogames as an incipient research object inMathematics Education
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[EN] This article presents a review of research made in the eld of mathematics education onthe use of video games in the classroom. These investigations have focused on four areas:impact in academic performance focused ...[+]


[ES] En este artículo presentamos una revisión de las investigaciones realizadas en el ámbito de la Educación Matemática sobre el uso de videojuegos en las aulas. Hemos identificado cuatro aspectos que han centrado estas ...[+]
Subjects: Videojuegos , Contenidos matemáticos , Resolución de problemas , Simulación , Videogames , Mathematical content , Problem solving , Simulation
Copyrigths: Reconocimiento - No comercial (by-nc)
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Modelling in Science Education and Learning. (eissn: 1988-3145 )
DOI: 10.4995/msel.2017.6081
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Universitat Politècnica de València
Publisher version: https://doi.org/10.4995/msel.2017.6081
Type: Artículo

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