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CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF PROSPECTIVE ELEMENTARY TEACHERS: THE CASE OF DIVISION OF FRACTIONS

@inproceedings{Zembat2004CONCEPTUALDO,
  title={CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF PROSPECTIVE ELEMENTARY TEACHERS: THE CASE OF DIVISION OF FRACTIONS},
  author={I. Zembat},
  year={2004}
}
ion as pseudoempirical abstraction, which refers to enrichment of objects by properties drawn from the coordination of one’s actions (Gallagher & Reid, 1981). The essential characteristic of empirical abstraction is that it is based on observables in the physical world (physical characteristics of the object that the child is capable of noticing 18 such as lightness, smoothness, color) and based on actions on those observables (Gallagher & Reid, 1981, p.27; Piaget, 2001). On the other hand… Expand
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