Category Archives: semiotics

Argumentation and proofs in elementary calculus

  Ferdinando Arzarello and Cristina Sabena have written an article entitled Semiotic and theoretic control in argumentation and proof activities. This article was recently published online in Educational Studies in Mathematics. Here is an abstract of their article: We present a model … Continue reading

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Transition between different coordinate systems

Mariana Montiel, Biguel R. Wilhelmi, Draga Vidakovic and Iwan Elstak have written an article called Using the onto-semiotic approach to identify and analyze mathematical meaning when transiting between different coordinate systems in a multivariate context. The article was published online … Continue reading

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Building intellectual infrastructure

James Kaput wrote an article that was published online in Educational Studies in Mathematics on Friday. The article is entitled: Building intellectual infrastructure to expose and understand ever-increasing complexity. Here is the abstract of the article: This paper comments on … Continue reading

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Gestures as semiotic resources

Ferdinando Arzarello, Domingo Paola, Ornella Robutti and Cristina Sabena have written an article called Gestures as semiotic resources in the mathematics classroom. The article was published online in Educational Studies in Mathematics a while ago. Here is the abstract of … Continue reading

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Working with artefacts

Michela Maschietto and Maria G. Bartolini Bussi have written an article entitled Working with artefacts: gestures, drawings and speech in the construction of the mathematical meaning of the visual pyramid. The article was published online in Educational Studies in Mathematics … Continue reading

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