Problem Posing and Programming as a General Approach to Foster the Learning of Mathematics
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Open peer commentary on the article “Problem Posing and Creativity in Elementary-School Mathematics” by E. Paul Goldenberg. Abstract: Finding tasks to propose to children, able to generate curiosity and creative engagement without having just gamified school exercises is very difficult. The appeal of a traditional curriculum is its (deceptive) scalability.
Monga M. (2019) Problem posing and programming as a general approach to foster the learning of mathematics. Constructivist Foundations 14(3): 335–337. https://constructivist.info/14/3/335
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