Problem Perception and Knowledge Structure in Expert and Novice Mathematical Problem Solvers

@inproceedings{Schoenfeld2005ProblemPA,
  title={Problem Perception and Knowledge Structure in Expert and Novice Mathematical Problem Solvers},
  author={Alan H. Schoenfeld and Douglas Herrmann},
  year={2005}
}
Evidence regarding the relationships between problem perception and expertise has customarily been obtained indirectly, through contrasting-group studies such as expert-novice comparisons. Differences in perception have been attributed to differences in expertise, although the groups compared generally differ on a number of other major attributes (e.g., aptitude). This study explored the relationship between perception and proficiency directly. Students' perceptions of the structure of… CONTINUE READING
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