Article de revue: ID no. (ISBN etc.):  1098-6065 Clé de citation BibTeX:  Stylianou2004a
Stylianou, D. A., & Silver, E. A. (2004). The role of visual representations in advanced mathematical problem solving: An examination of expert-novice similarities and differences. Mathematical Thinking and Learning An International Journal, 6(4), p. p353.
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Catégories: Full text, Résolution de problèmes, Résolution de problèmes mathématiques
Descripteurs: Undergraduate Students; Problem Solving; Higher Education; College Mathematics; Mathematics Skills; Professional Personnel; Mathematics; Visual Aids
Auteurs: Silver, Stylianou
Collection: Mathematical Thinking and Learning An International Journal

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Expert mathematicians are contrasted with undergraduate students through a two-part analysis of the potential and actual use of visual representations in problem solving. In the first part, a classification task is used to indicate the extent to which visual representations are perceived as having potential utility for advanced mathematical problem solving. The analysis reveals that both experts and novices perceive visual representation use as a viable strategy. However, the two groups judge visual representations likely to be useful with different sets of problems. Novices generally indicate that visual representations would likely be useful mostly for geometry problems, whereas the experts indicate potential application to a wider variety of problems. In the second part, written solutions to problems and verbal protocols of problem-solving episodes are analyzed to determine the frequency, nature, and function of the visual representations actually used during problem solving. Exper
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