How students invent representations of motion A genetic account

@inproceedings{Sherin2001HowSI,
  title={How students invent representations of motion A genetic account},
  author={Bruce L. Sherin},
  year={2001}
}
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate, through example, a particular approach to understanding how students learn to use scientific and mathematical representations. Much of the work in these fields has been focused on a microanalysis of how students use specific representations, such as line graphs and equations, and on the particular difficulties that students have with these representations. Here, in contrast, I will illustrate an approach that attempts to place students’ work with… CONTINUE READING

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