Should Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators be Listening to Cognitive Psychologists?
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|Annie and John Selden; Mathematical Association of America|
|Organized into four sections: Different Questions and (often very) Different Views of Mathematics; Shared Underlying Principles of Knowledge Axquisition; Where is the Mind? and Some Concluding Reflections. Subsections include A Schema Theory; Mathematics as Skills Acquisition; Cognition as Information Processing; and The Debate Between Information Processing and Situated Cognition. From the MAA's Teaching and Learning Research Sampler.|
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