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Vol. 14 Núm. 3 (2011): Diciembre

O POTENCIAL DAS ATIVIDADES CENTRADAS EM PRODUÇÕES DE ALUNOS NA FORMAÇÃO DE PROFESSORES DE MATEMÁTICA

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julio 14, 2023
Publicado
2011-12-01

Resumen

Este artículo presenta y discute el diseño e implementación de actividades centradas en el trabajo del estudiante como una estrategia de formación del profesorado para contribuir al desarrollo del conocimiento del contenido y el conocimiento pedagógico del contenido en los cursos de formación inicial y continua de profesores de matemáticas. Traemos diferentes contribuciones de investigaciones acerca del tema e ilustramos nuestra contribución en esta área mediante la descripción de la estructura básica de las tareas que hemos propuesto a los profesores de matemáticas del 6 º al 9 º grado en la escuela primaria y los docentes de secundaria y el análisis de una implementación específica. Realizamos una apreciación de lo que hemos aprendido sobre el potencial de las actividades apoyadas en el trabajo de los estudiantes en la formación del profesorado en matemáticas y sobre las formas de construirlas

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