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Title: Students’ strategies and reasoning processes in computer educational games
Authors: Matos, José Manuel
Ponte, João Pedro da
Keywords: Reasoning
Educational games
Issue Date: 1986
Citation: Ponte, J. P., & Matos, J. M. (1986). Students’ strategies and reasoning processes in computer educational games. Proceedings of the X International Conference for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) (pp. 451-456), Londres, Reino Unido.
Abstract: This study concerns the use of concepts by children and their thinking strategies playing educational games involving the number concepts of factor, prime, negative number, order relation and approximation. The games were found to constitute a stimulating learning environment and to provide observers a window on students' thinking.
Peer review: yes
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