# Representation Processes in Mathematical Problem Solving.

@inproceedings{Cifarelli1993RepresentationPI, title={Representation Processes in Mathematical Problem Solving.}, author={Victor V. Cifarelli}, year={1993} }

- Published 1993

This study examines the construct of problem representation and the processes used by learners to construct or modify problem representations in problem-solving situations. Students (n=14) from freshman calculus courses at the University of California at San Diego participated in videotaped interviews in which they were asked to think aloud as they encountered dilemmas in solving certain tasks. The videotape protocols for each participant were analyzed and results were reported in the form of… CONTINUE READING

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