La Enseñanza del álgebra Lineal Utilizando Modelización y Calculadora Gráfica: un Estudio con Profesores en Formación

PNA: Revista de Investigación en Didáctica de la Matemática, ISSN 1887-3987, Vol. 2, Nº. 4, 2008, pags. 181-189 06/2008;
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Exploramos el conocimiento didáctico desarrollado por diez futuros profesores de matemáticas de secundaria que participaron en un programa de formación que integra, a través del álgebra lineal, el uso de la calculadora gráfica y la modelización matemática. Utilizamos una aproximación cualitativa. El análisis de las actividades de enseñanza diseñadas por los participantes que involucran la calculadora gráfica y la modelización muestra cambios y progreso en su conocimiento didáctico.

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