Upper Secondary Students’Work With the DynamicMathematical Software GeoGebra
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The aim of the study conducted in two upper secondary classes in Sweden was to investigate how students work with and perceive GeoGebra in their learning of the integral concept. Through analysis of data from classroom experiments, the question of differentiation of students’ mathematical work in a GeoGebra based environmentwas investigated. As a result, a model with four different students’ work methods is proposed and discussed in relation to how they interpret the role of GeoGebra in their learning of integrals.
GeoGebra, DGS, instrumental genesis, students, work methods, differentiation, mathematics, integral concept, secondary school
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-68849OAI: oai:DiVA.org:liu-68849DiVA: diva2:421386