# Teaching general problem solving does not lead to mathematical skills or knowledge

@inproceedings{Sweller2011TeachingGP, title={Teaching general problem solving does not lead to mathematical skills or knowledge}, author={John Sweller and Richard E. Clark and Paul A. Kirschner}, year={2011} }

Sweller, J., Clark, R. E., & Kirschner, P. A. (2010). Teaching general problem solving does not lead to mathematical skills or knowledge. Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 57, 1303-1304.

## 6 Citations

Teachers' Point of View in Teaching Mathematical Problem-Solving

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This paper reviews the reasoning processes involved in clinical reasoning from the perspective of cognitive psychology and two types of reasoning process required for critical thinking are discussed: inductive and deductive.

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- Psychology
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In the international mathematics educational research and teaching practice we can find more and more cognitive psychological approaches, which do not influence the Hungarian mathematics teaching…

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