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La reformulación de los enunciados del problema : un estudio sobre las variables que inciden en el éxito infantil en los problemas de comparación

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ABSTRACT En: Suma Zaragoza 2001, n. 37, junio ; p. 55-62 Se estudia la reformulación de los problemas de comparación como medida para facilitar su resolución por parte de los niños. Se parte del trabajo previo de Hudson de 1983 y tras un estudio con cuarenta niños de educación infantil y de educación primaria se concluye que esta reformulación ayuda a los estudiantes. La mejora se centra en la comprensión de las relaciones entre las cantidades del problema al permitir la aplicación de los procesos de cuantificación ya conocida por los niños, p. 61-62

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