Matematikhistoriske originalkilder, ræsonnementskompetence og GeoGebra på mellemtrinnet

Forfattere

Marianne Thomsen
Ph.d.

Nøgleord:

Matematikhistoriske originalkilder, GeoGebra, ræsonnementskompetence

Synopsis

Ph.d.-afhandlingen præsenterer forskellige didaktiske principper, der kan understøtte, at elever får mulighed for at udvikle deres ræsonnementskompetence, når de arbejder med samspillet mellem originalkilder og GeoGebra. Ph.d.-afhandlingen tager afsæt i Design Based Research og placerer sig mellem tre forskningsområder: 1) Matematikkens historie, herunder brug af originalkilder, 2) Digitale teknologier i matematikundervisningen og 3) Matematiske ræsonnementer. Den består af tre delundersøgelser: 1) Et review, 2) en analyse af udvalgte kapitler fra et lærebogssystem og 3) planlægning og analyse af tre afprøvninger. Det teoretiske omdrejningspunkt er distinktionerne mellem den undersøgende og produktive side af ræsonnementskompetencen (Niss & Jensen, 2002), epistemisk, pragmatisk og retfærdiggørende medieringer (fx Misfeldt og Jankvist, 2018), regel- og strukturopfattelse samt statisk og dynamisk læsning (Mellin-Olsen, 1984). Derudover inddrages Jensens (2011) beskrivelse af historisk bevidsthed.

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