The emergence of mathematical structures

@article{Hegedus2011TheEO,
  title={The emergence of mathematical structures},
  author={Stephen Hegedus and Luis Moreno–Armella},
  journal={Educational Studies in Mathematics},
  year={2011},
  volume={77},
  pages={369-388}
}
We present epistemological ruptures that have occurred in mathematical history and in the transformation of using technology in mathematics education in the twenty-first century. We describe how such changes establish a new form of digital semiotics that challenges learning paradigms and mathematical inquiry for learners today. We focus on drawing analogies between the emergence of non-Euclidean geometry with recent advances in technological environments that are dynamic and interactive both… Expand
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