Una experiencia de enseñanza dirigida al desarrollo del razonamiento proporcional

  • João Pedro da Ponte Universidad de Lisboa
  • Ana Isabel Silvestre Gaspar Correia
Palabras clave: Enseñanza de las matemáticas, proporcionalidad directa, constante de proporcionalidad.

Resumen

El objetivo de este artículo es comprender cómo se desarrolla el razonamiento proporcional de los alumnos del 6.° año de escolaridad, en especial en lo que se refiere a la distinción entre situaciones que involucran y que no involucran proporcionalidad directa. La experiencia de enseñanza está fundamentada en cinco tareas basadas en el cuento El conejo y la tortuga, realizadas en grupos dentro de la clase, y discutidas después colectivamente por todo el curso.

 

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Biografía del autor/a

João Pedro da Ponte, Universidad de Lisboa
Profesor del Centro de Investigación Educativa y Departamento de Educación de la Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad de Lisboa.  
Ana Isabel Silvestre, Gaspar Correia
Profesora de la Escuela Básica 2,3 de  Gaspar Correia, Loures, Portugal.  Becaria del Ministerio de Educación  y de la FC.

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Publicado
2011-04-28
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da Ponte J. P., & Silvestre A. I. (2011). Una experiencia de enseñanza dirigida al desarrollo del razonamiento proporcional. Revista Educación Y Pedagogía, 23(59), 137-158. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/revistaeyp/article/view/8714