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|Title:||Written report in learning geometry: explanation and argumentation|
Assessment for learning
|Citation:||Proceedings of CERME 6, January 28th-February 1st 2009|
|Abstract:||In this article, we examine how the written report, within the context of assessment for learning, helps students in learning geometry and in developing their explanation and argumentation skills. We present the results of a qualitative case study involving Portuguese students of the 8th grade. This study suggests that using written reports improves those capabilities and, therefore, the comprehension of geometric concepts and processes. These benefits for learning are enhanced through the implementation of some assessment strategies, namely oral and written feedback.|
|Appears in Collections:||IE - GIDM - Comunicações e Conferências|
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