Proceedings of the 2018 Connected Learning Summit

@inproceedings{Kalir2019ProceedingsOT,
  title={Proceedings of the 2018 Connected Learning Summit},
  author={Jeremiah H. Kalir},
  year={2019}
}
Symbolic representations in mathematics (e.g., equations) are powerful and essential for more advanced mathematical thinking, but they cause major problems for K–8 learners. To engage mathematical reasoning without symbolic representations, BrainQuake has created diagrammatic mathematics puzzle games that provide an alternative, more learner-friendly interface to mathematical thinking and multistep problem solving. In this working paper, we first outline the design underlying BrainQuake’s… CONTINUE READING

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